National Geographic : 1911 Jun
CLIMBING THE ICE-CLIFFS OF THE EAST SIDE OF MOUNT ROBSON: CANADIAN ROCKIES Dr. A. P. Coleman, L. Q. Coleman, and Rev. George R. B. Kinney working their way up the fearful ice-cliffs of the east side of Mount Robson in their unsuccessful attempt to climb the mountain in 1908. Leaving their camp at tree-line, for 14 hours they fought their way up those treacherous walls of ice amid constant dangers from hidden crevasses and roaring avalanches, but only attained an altitude of 11,700 feet. Photo by Rev. George Kinney.