Sunrays Over the Victoria Cross Range
Sunrays filter through low clouds a few hours before sunset in this panorama looking west from the terminus of the Jasper Tramway. Rolling hills lead to the Victoria Cross Range, whose most famous member, Pyramid Mountain, shows the reason for its name clearly on the right side here. The road running from the center bottom the upper left is the Yellowhead Highway, which crosses the Continental Divide at Yellowhead Pass in this image and heads to Robson Provincial Park. It is actually possible that Mount Robson is in this image, on the left somewhere, but I'm not sure.