National Geographic : 1911 Jun
O 0O cr rJ) tf) EAST SIDE OF MOUNT ROBSON, CANADIAN ROCKIES, FROM TIMBER LAKE Looking from the east, Mount Robson, in the Canadian Rockies, rises out of one of the most beautiful valleys inall the world ofalpine w scenery. Six mighty glaciers, the least of which measures not less than a quarter of a m-le wide, flowingfrom his rugged sides and those ofa the mountains opposite, pour their turbulent streams into the quiet waters of Berg Lake. This lake received itsname because ofitssur face being constantly dotted with huge icebergs that plunge into it from Tumbling Glacier midway its length. Photo byRev. George Kinney.