Marc Piché is an internationally certified mountain guide whose passion for photography blends well with working in the world’s most beautiful places. His photos have been published in several magazines, including Alpinist, Gripped, and Kootenay Mountain Culture, as well as in coffee table books and tourism advertisements. He is also the co-author of the award-winning climbing guidebook, “The Bugaboos.” He lives in Canmore, Alb., with his wife, Lilla Molnar, and their daughter, Ella.
Check out more of his work on his website or follow him on Instagram @marc.piche.
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