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Dave Belcher | profile | all galleries >> Mount Robson, British Columbia tree view | thumbnails | slideshow

Mount Robson, British Columbia

Highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, it towers 12,972 feet. An easy trail (roughly 2 hours) leads to Kinney Lake at the base of the mountain. A further trail from Kinney Lake leads to the Valley of A Thousand Falls and Berg Lake, but this should be considered an overnight trip with parts of the trail being rather steep. Regardless, you won't be disappointed with the scenery.
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Robson 2.jpg
Kinney 2.jpg
Kinney 2.jpg
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Robson summit.jpg
Robson summit.jpg
Robson River.jpg
Robson River.jpg
Kinney Lake.jpg
Kinney Lake.jpg
Giant cedar.jpg
Giant cedar.jpg
Dome.jpg
Dome.jpg
Devils Club.jpg
Devils Club.jpg
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