The Mt. Wilson massif seen from the David Thompson Highway. North Saskatchewan river meandering on the left.
Looking west from the David Thompson Highway (Alberta Hwy 11) at this huge mountain that dominates the terrain around Banff's Saskatchewan Crossing.
Bow River Bounty
The Bow River flows thru Canmore on it's way to Calgary and eventually the Hudson Bay.
The Three Sisters Rising above the Bow River
Looking at Mt. Lawrence Grassi and Ha Ling Peak from the shores of Canmore's Quarry Lake as a beautiful new day begins.
A Mountain Morning
A pretty dawn with the sun warming the tops of Mt. Lawrence Grassi and Ha Ling Peak.
Ha Ling Peak
A fascinating U shaped peak rising above Canmore AB captured at daybreak.
Mt. Lougheed and The Windtower
Two impressive peaks near Canmore Alberta
One of the peaks that grabs one's attention when driving north to Canmore AB.
A typical scene when visiting Alberta's Kananaskis Country. Looking up Smuts Creek at majestic Mt. Nestor in the distance.
A wonderful sunny day in Alberta's Kananaskis Country with Mt. Nestor rising majestically in the distance.
Autumn in Kananaskis Country
The Opal Range rises majestically ahead.
Beauty galore in Kananaskis Country.
Looking across icy Spillway Lake at some of the many mountains of the Kananaskis.
Another one of the picturesque peaks seen along the Kananaskis Trail (also called the Bighorn Hwy and/or Hwy 40) in Alberta's Peter Lougheed Provincial Park.
The Kananaskis River flows below Mt. Lorette on it's way to joining the Bow River.
A view from the Kananaskis trail (hwy) of this unique peak as the sun begins it's evening decline.
Autumn at the Wedge Pond
Mt. Kidd reflected in the Kananaskis's Wedge Pond on a fine autumn day.
Mist Mountain is just another stunning peak seen along the southern part of the Kananaskis trail (Bighorn Hwy).
Misty Mountain Majesty
Mist Mountain rising above Alberta's Bighorn Highway (hwy 40). It reaches an elevation of 3,140 m (10,300 ft). One of many jawdropping scenes found in Kananaskis Country.
Commonwealth, Pig Tail Peak and Birdwood Mountain rising above Smuts Creek.
Three bold, majestic peaks of the Kananaskis: Commonwealth Peak, Pigs Tail Peak and Mt. Birdwood.
Looking over Smut Creek at Commonwealth Peak and other peaks of the Kananaskis on a stormy autumn day.
Autumn in the Kananaskis
Gap mountain rising above this icy pond.
One of the many lakes and ponds seen along Alberta's spectacular Smith-Dorrien Trail thru Spray Valley Provincial Park.