Thursday 18 September 2014

Boulder Mountain--Views from the Top

    It was hard work to hike up to the top of Boulder Mountains, but all that effort was suddenly forgotten once you were standing on the peak admiring the panorama of mountains around you.  Across the Robson Valley, to the north east, and in the distance, 60km (37 miles) away, the magnificent Mt. Sir Alexander could be seen jutting up above the clouds.  It is 10,350 ft (3,154 m)  in elevation, but the zoom lens on my camcorder brought it into view nicely.
    There was a nice view of a glacier to the west (photo below).   And no matter what direction you looked there was mountain range after mountain range (bottom photo).

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