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The Adventures of Mrs. Engelhard

Mrs. Engelhard and the Hiker’s Code.

This summer, young explorers, can join Mrs. Engelhard on a virtual quest around the resort to solve a mystery and save her friend Charles Fay.

While out exploring Lake Louise, Charles Fay discovers a magical statue near the shore of the lake. This statue is said to protect the land, and all that pass by it. When Charles breaks the Hiker’s Code, the statue takes action, and Charles mysteriously disappears. His friend, Mrs. Engelhard, is nearby and sets out on a quest to save Charles. Are you the brave adventurer that can help her?

The Hiker’s Code is the motto for the fragile backcountry and ensures it is treated with care. Kill nothing but time, leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but photos.  

Collect your Adventure Passport from the concierge desk and set out on your virtual quest to help save Charles Fay. You will need a smart phone or tablet to participate. Passports are $10 each.

Mrs. Engelhard & Charles Fay

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Georgia Engelhard & CPR guide Edward Feuz climbing Pinnacle Peak above Moraine Lake in 1926.
Image courtesy of CP Archives – Ref: NS85

Georgia Engelhard

Georgia Engelhard was born in the United States. Georgia had an irrational fear of heights which she overcame due to her dedication and passion of climbing mountains. She learned from the local Feuz brothers and they acted as her guides in the Canadian Rockies. Georgia had an incredible 32 first ascents in Canada which included
9 peaks in 9 days in 1929. She climbed Mt. Victoria 8 times in Along with climbing, Georgia was a talented painter and writer.

Charles Fay

Charles Fay was born in the United States. From a young age he enjoyed mathematics and modern languages becoming a professor to both. In 1890 Charles first visited the Canadian Rockies and fell in love with the adventurous possibilities. Charles was an avid climber and explored areas like Mount Lefroy, Mount Victoria, and Mount Heejee in the Valley of Ten Peaks, later renamed Mount Fay in his honour. He was recognized by his peers as an honorary member of Italian, Canadian and English alpine clubs.

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