National Geographic : 1941 Oct
Peaks and Parks of Western Canada Byron Harmon Sheer Walls of Ice, 90 Feet High, Lock the "Lake of the Hanging Glaciers" Half a dozen frozen rivers flow into this flaming jewel high in the southern Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia. From the towering face of the glacier, glittering like veined marble in the sunlight, icebergs crack off during summer months and splash into Glacier Lake. They vary in size from almost submerged chunks, a few feet in diameter, to floating islands several hundred feet long. Many assume fantastic shapes.