National Geographic : 1926 Jun
618 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE KING PEAK SURMOUNTS A SEA OF CLOUDS The summit of this western subsidiary peak of the Canadian monarch, rising 17,130 feet, is not more than five miles from the camera. The long ridge leading to the right of the mountain is the southern wall of King Glacier. The King col, descending from the summit in a jagged arete, is just below the ridge facing the reader (see illustrations, pages 610-611). "I Photographs by II. F . Lambart PREPARING CAMPING GROUND AT KING COL (SEE TEXT, PAGE 613) The weather here was bad for a few days, and the snow covered two-thirds of the 7-foot high tents. In the right background are some of the willow wands used to mark the trail (see text, pages 618 and 626).