Waterfowl Lakes at Sunrise.  - Photo Copyright Ward Cameron 2003 - Click to view a larger image Mount Chephren - Photo Copyright Ward Cameron 2003 - Click to view a larger image Mount Chephren - Photo Copyright Ward Cameron 2003 - Click to view a larger image Mount Chephren - Photo Copyright Ward Cameron 2003 - Click to view a larger image
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Mount Chephren

Location: Banff National Park, North of Bow Summit, Alberta, Canada, UTM: 11U 521883 E / 5743374 N

Vital Statistics:  Height: 3266 Metres (10,712 Feet) 

Formation Mechanism: Plate Tectonics

Topographic Map: 82n15 Mistaya Lake

Description: This classic peak is visible for many kilometres in any direction. From a distance, it looks like a perfect pyramid, which make it an important landmark for travelers prior to the building of the Icefields Parkway.

Photo Tips: This lake is best photographed in the early morning, when the light hits the peak, but has not yet hit the surface of the lake. On calm days, you can get a perfect mirror-like reflection.

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