Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Cascade Mountain, Banff National Park

The view from Sulphur Mountain, directly northwards across the Banff town site, provides a glimpse of just a few of the mountain ranges with peaks all just under 3000m. At the very left of this sketch are Mount Norquay and then Mount Brewster (further away in the distance), while Cascade Mountain takes up most of this panorama at the centre. At the bottom right is Tunnel Mountain (just a tiny hill in this context, located within the town), and the massive face of Mount Rundle would continue to the right of this scene. 

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