| Mount Robson Expedition
Mount Robson is the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies standing a staggering 13,000 feet above sea level and 10,000 feet above it's base. The route of interest is the north face ( which is the most difficult and punishing due to the smaller amounts of sunlight and lower temperatures as a result ). Mount Robson is situated in Mount Robson Provincial park. The eastern border of Mount Robson Provincial park is set by the boundary between Alberta and British Columbia. Mount Robson is accessible from the east through Jasper National Park.
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