The majestic Mount Rundle in Canada’s Banff Nat. Park overlooks the towns of Banff and Canmore. The Cree originally named it Waskahigan Watchi or House Mountain. In 1858 it was renamed after Reverend Robert Rundle, a Methodist Missionary invited by the Hudson Bay Company to work with the Cree in Western Canada. Many consider Mount Rundle to be a small range as it extends over 12 kms, with 7 distinct peaks, with the highest being 9,675’ (2949m). With its shear jagged slopes, it truly is an iconic sight of our beautiful Canadian Rockies.
- Keltie Masters
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