National Geographic : 1912 Apr
CANADIAN ROCKY MOUNTAINS YELLOWHEAD PASS ROUTE A Sthe steel of the Grand Trunk Pacific has penetrated the Canadian Rocky Mountain Range through the Yellowhead Pass, the Railway has opened up one of the most interesting territories from a scenic standpoint, as well as from the Alpine climber's view, on the American Continent. One hundred miles of continu ous mountain scenery, with gigantic peaks rising on all sides to heights of from 8,000 to 14,000 feet, are offered to those who desire new fields to explore. Great mountains are on every hand; but above all stands Mount Robson, "a giant amongst giants and immeasurably Mount Robson (13,700 feet), the highest mountain in the CanadianRockiles pm supreme. A handsome publication entitled " The Canadian Rockies," embodying most interesting data regarding the new re gion has been issued by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, and copies may be had free for the asking. Write for a copy. W. E. DAVIS G. T. BELL W. P. HINTON Pass. Traff. Mgr., Montreal, Can. Asst. Pass. Traff. Mar., Montreal, Can. Gen. Pass. Agt., G. T . P. Ry., Winnipeg, Man. A Trip You Will Never Forget or Regret New York to New Orleans On Luxuriously Appointed 10,600 Ton Ships $4 ONE $7 ROUND WAY oUTRIP Berth and Meals Included Mardi Gras Ship from New York Feb. 14 Round Trip Fare, including board on ship in New Orleans, $85 Southern Pacific Steamships Illustrated Books on Request L. H. Nutting, G. P. A., 366 Broadway, New York City "Geographic readers may depend upon the character of our advertisers."