360° VR Panoramas of the Interior and Rocky Mountains of BC
The Berg Lake Trail
Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

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The glacial Robson River at the start of the Berg Lake trail

The glacial Robson River at the start of the Berg Lake trail

The glacial Robson River at the start of the Berg Lake trail

Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: July 14, 2003

The first stretch of the Berg Lake trail passes through a lush red cedar forest

The first stretch of the Berg Lake trail passes through a lush red cedar forest

The first stretch of the Berg Lake trail passes through a lush red cedar forest

Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: July 15, 2003

The second Robson River bridge, at the outlet of Kinney Lake

The second Robson River bridge, at the outlet of Kinney Lake

The second Robson River bridge, at the outlet of Kinney Lake

Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: July 15, 2003

Kinney Lake, colored with rock flour from the glaciers

Kinney Lake, colored with rock flour from the glaciers

Kinney Lake, colored with rock flour from the glaciers

Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: July 15, 2003

The infamous suspension bridge at Whitehorn camp

The infamous suspension bridge at Whitehorn camp

The infamous suspension bridge at Whitehorn camp

Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: July 15, 2003

The Valley of a Thousand Falls, a mile above Whitehorn camp

The Valley of a Thousand Falls, a mile above Whitehorn camp

The Valley of a Thousand Falls, a mile above Whitehorn camp

Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: July 15, 2003

At the foot of Emperor Falls, overwhelming in its size and deafening sound

At the foot of Emperor Falls, overwhelming in its size and deafening sound

At the foot of Emperor Falls, overwhelming in its size and deafening sound

Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: July 17, 2003

In the spray just below Emperor Falls

In the spray just below Emperor Falls

In the spray just below Emperor Falls

Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: July 17, 2003

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