Saskatchewan Glacier Valley
A wide panorama of the valley that has been created over centuries by ice and water flow from the Saskatchewan Glacier as it descends from the Columbia Icefield. Much of this valley was once filled with ice but the glacier has substantially retreated.
The prominent peak in the center behind the valley is called Big Bend Peak. Mounts Andromeda and Athabasca are on the right. Note the tiny green glacial tarn on the far left; you'll be seeing that again shortly.