Mysterious Castle Mountain in Banff National Park, Alberta

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Written by Administrator posted on Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Castle Mountain, Banff National Park

Look Up and Feel Small in the Face of Castle Mountain in Banff National Park

Castle Mountain is one of the most outstanding mountains on the Trans-Canada highway in Banff National Park. The massive shape of the mountain with its delicate detail of limestone and dolomite rock makes this mountain exclusive. The vertical and extremely wide face of Castle Mountain seems that much more dramatic during sunset, sunrise or with a backdrop of a bright blue sky.

This picture was taken from the bus while on my way back to Lake Louise, where there are many hiking, rafting and sightseeing opportunities available. My passion for photography helps me appreciate even more this place I call home.

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