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The reddish Mount Cornwall (2970 m, front center) and the grayish pyramid of Mount Glasgow (2935 m, background right) seen from the top of Mount Outlaw (2850) in Kananaskis Country. To the right of Mount Glasgow, in the very back, appears Moose Mountain (2437 m) and the prairie. Immediately to the left of Mount Cornwall, Mount Romulus (2832m) appears below the horizon as a wide, dark rock band. Further to the left, the pointy Fisher Peak (3035 m) rises above the horizon. Mountains Glasgow, Cornwall, Outlaw and Banded are situated in the front ranges of the Rocky Mountains and are clearly visible from Calgary and surrounding area. Mount Cornwall is especially easy to identify from the prairie by the large north-eastern slope that holds snow most of the year. This northern view does not reveal the snow on the other side.

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Additional Photos by Roland Roesler (Roly) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 546 W: 9 N: 436] (2024)
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