Every time I am traveling east, when I round that curve on Highway 16 and have Mount Robson hit me in the face, I am overwhelmed at what a spectacular mountain it is. Even when it is partially obscured by cloud, it is a sight to behold. I was fortunate yesterday to once again witness the scene, this time while the trees are sporting their autumn colors.
Mt. Robson is the most prominent mountain in the North America’s Rocky Mountain Range and the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies. It’s elevation is 12,972 ft (3,954 m.). It is only an hours drive from where I live, and I confess I should make the effort to visit it more often.
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