National Geographic : 1947 Jun
© National Geographic Society Kodachrome byWalter Meayers Edwards Union Jack Waves a Welcome to American Visitors at the Mount Eisenhower Warden's Lodge General "Ike" can now boast a "castle" in Canada in addition to Culzean in Scotland. Formerly bearing the aptly descriptive name ofCastle Mountain, itwas renamed in January, 1946, by the Canadian Government in tribute to the popular wartime Supreme Commander. Shaped likeahorseshoe, itsturreted facade con ceals a small lake cradled high in the center. It is the legendary source of the warm chinook wind that brings cold-season thaws tothewestern plains.