Altitude 2766m a.s.l
Castle mountain,Banff, Alberta Canada © Carpe Diem
Castle Mountain is noteworthy because it is the easternmost mountain of the Main Ranges in the Bow Valley of the Canadian Rockies. It is a "castellate" type of mountain in which the flat-lying layers feature near vertical cliffs alternating with flat or gently sloped terraces which have been sculptured by glacial and other forms of erosion. It sits east of the Trans-Canada Highway between Banff and Lake Louise.
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