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Photo: Mount Rundle 2nd Vermilion Lake Banff National Park

Mount Rundle appears cold and crisp during winter at dusk as it overshadows the partially frozen 2nd Vermillion Lake near the town of Banff in Alberta, Canada. This is in Banff National Park, which forms part of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks.

This view of Mount Rundle over the partially frozen 2nd Vermillion Lake makes the mountain look imposing but also so beautiful as it shines in the partial sunlight and is covered with snow. This mountain is located near the town of Banff in Banff National Park. It is also part of the Canadian Rocky Mountains and the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Mount Rundle was named after Reverend Robert Rundle by John Palliser, who visited the area in 1858. Revered Robert Rundle was a missionary who came from England to western Canada to do some work here. He set up a deal with the Hudson's Bay Company to travel across Canada to set up missionaries, but due to a horse accident he hurt his wrist and as it did not heal properly he returned to England for treatment. ... continue below the picture...


Mount Rundle 2nd Vermilion Lake Banff National Park

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Mount Rundle 2nd Vermilion Lake Banff National Park
Photo of a view with reflections of Mount Rundle over the partially frozen 2nd Vermilion Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta.

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... He never returned to this land again, but Mount Rundle will always remind people of Reverend Rundle's work in the area and about what he did for the region.

Mount Rundle, which is 2949 metres (9675 feet) high, is also one of the best sites in the region for scrambling. Scrambling is when hikers use a combination of hillwalking and rock climbing to ascend a mountain. However, as with all mountain climbing in any form, it is still a dangerous high vertical rock face and you must take good care if you wish to try and make it to the top.

View with reflections of Mount Rundle (2949 metres/9675 feet) over the partially frozen 2nd Vermilion Lake near the town of Banff during winter at dusk, Banff National Park, Canadian Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada. Banff National Park forms part of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Technical Information:
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III, aperture of f/13.0, exposure time of 1/6 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 51mm.

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Mount Rundle 2nd Vermilion Lake Banff National Park
Mount Rundle appears cold and crisp during winter at dusk as it overshadows the partially frozen 2nd Vermillion Lake near the town of Banff in Alberta, Canada. This is in Banff National Park, which forms part of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks.
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Rolf Hicker
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