National Geographic : 1911 Jun
O O r MOUNT ROBSON (NEARLY 14,000 FEET ALTITUDE), KING OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES As the tourist on the Grand Trunk Pacific will see it, from the mouth of the Grand Forks, on theFraser River. This monster peak, towering over Io,ooo feet above Lake Kinney, in the valley below, at an average angle of over 60 degrees, was finally captured, in1909, by two Canadians, Rev. George R. B. Kinney and his companion, Donald Phillips. It is the highest mountain yet discovered intheCanadian Rockies. Photo by Rev. George Kinney.