Summer

Photo Gallery

The summer months see the upper alpine and isolated backcountry regions become increasingly accessible, which is a blessing as the tourists flood the more popular areas of the parks. Longer days and milder weather allow for longer trips and more comfortable backcountry camping, while the blend of colourful, verdant valleys and snow-capped peaks makes for great photography.

Edith Cavell“Edith Cavell”
From: Mount Edith Cavell
The Long Way Back“The Long Way Back”
From: Big Bend Peak
A Glow in the Valley“A Glow in the Valley”
From: Big Bend Peak
Rock Palette“Rock Palette”
From: Mount Bourgeau
Yellow Columbines“Yellow Columbines”
From: Mount Bourgeau
Morning Haze“Morning Haze”
From: Mount Rundle
Summer at the Summit“Summer at the Summit”
From: Roche De Smet
A View Into Jasper“A View Into Jasper”
From: Fiddle Range Traverse
Mt. Fryatt“Mt. Fryatt”
From: Geraldine Peak
Verdant Pass“Verdant Pass”
From: Geraldine Peak
Deltaform and Eiffel Peak“Deltaform and Eiffel Peak”
From: Mount Temple
Crypt Falls“Crypt Falls”
From: Crypt Lake
Mt. Daly and Mt. Niles“Mt. Daly and Mt. Niles”
From: Iceline Trail
Kerr and Kiwetinok“Kerr and Kiwetinok”
From: Little Yoho Valley Day 2
Amiskwi River Valley“Amiskwi River Valley”
From: Little Yoho Valley Day 1
Green Oasis“Green Oasis”
From: Little Yoho Valley Day 1
Little Yoho Valley“Little Yoho Valley”
From: Little Yoho Valley Day 1
Isolated Peak“Isolated Peak”
From: Little Yoho Valley Day 1
Whaleback Mountain“Whaleback Mountain”
From: Little Yoho Valley Day 1
The Athabasca Glacier“The Athabasca Glacier”
From: Mount Athabasca
Mt. Andromeda“Mt. Andromeda”
From: Mount Athabasca
Descending Mt. Hood“Descending Mt. Hood”
From: King Creek Ridge & Mt. Hood
Grizzly Peak“Grizzly Peak”
From: King Creek Ridge & Mt. Hood
Verdant Kananaskis Valley“Verdant Kananaskis Valley”
From: King Creek Ridge & Mt. Hood