Snow Dome and Dome Glacier
Snow Dome is another mountain accurately named for its appearance. The mountain's summit is actually located under the Columbia Icefield, and so it appears as a smoothly rounded mountain more reminiscent of what you'd see in the winter in the Appalachians, buried under feet of ice and snow. The small Dome Glacier flows down the valley formed by Snow Dome and Mt. Kitchener. Note the many moraines in this picture: one running along the bottom of the frame from left to center, one arcing in front of the glacier, and another on the right side.
Snow Dome is one of two peaks considered by some geologists to be a hydrological apex of North America, because water (mostly snow) falling on it eventually drains into the Pacific Ocean, Arctic Ocean and Atlantic Ocean (via Hudson's Bay).