8,105 ft
2,714 ft
37.91 mi

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near Mount Robson, British Columbia (Canada)

Big ice, in the form of glaciers and icefields, complement the sheer rock face of Mount Robson so well on the hike to provide the perfect scene. Not only that, we had views nonstop view of the teal colored Robson River that we followed from its confluence with the Fraser River to its headwater under the Robson Glacier and its many booming waterfalls. There was always something to see on this hike and certain ones that would make your jaw drop. The Berg Lake Trail and Snowbird Pass is among my favorites in the world.

For our full trip report see: https://travel2walk.com/2020/05/27/trip-report-mount-robson-provincial-park-berg-lake-snowbird-pass-august-2019/

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