From left to right are Fairview Mountain, Mount Lefroy and the Victoria Glacier, Mount Victoria, the Plain of Six Glaciers, Popes Peak, Mount Whyte and the Devils Thumb. The setting moon is just over the left shoulder of Fairview. You can see more details by clicking on the picture.
To the west of Jasper National Park sits the highest point in the Canadian Rockies — Mount Robson (3,954 m /12,972 ft).
Mount Robson and the Robson River
On my recent short visit I hiked to Kinney Lake along the Berg Lake Trail. The trail follows the Robson River that flows out of Berg Lake. The lakes are feed by the melt waters of the Robson, Berg, Hargreaves and Mist glaciers. The trail is a short hike that provides you with pleasant views of the mountain and river.
Mount Robson along the Berg Lake Trail
Soon you get your first view of Kinney Lake.
Kinney Lake view from the Bridge Crossing
The panoramic vistas of the mountains and lake are beautiful and invite you to sit and soak them in.