67 Notch Cascade, British Columbia, Canada

(Image, June 1978,© 2005 M. Childers)

The Canadian Rockies have their own unique way of expressing scale and time. Though there are very few peaks over 14,000, the Canadian Rockies tend to be more and ragged than their U.S. counterparts. They have been always been more extensively sculpted by the abrasive hands of glaciers because of their more northerly latitude.