The photo above showing majestic Mount Robson and Berg Glacier was taken on a hiking trip to Mount Robson Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada. Mount Robson stands at 12,972 ft (3,954 m) and is the tallest peak in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Its north face is carved by Berg Glacier, which flows into Berg Lake seen here in the foreground. The weather at Mount Robson changes quickly during the summer season; one minute it’ll be completely socked in and an hour later it’s blazing in sunlight. Photo taken late in the day on August 5, 2014.