The Texqakallt Nation originally named Mount Robson Yuh-hai-has-kun, mountain of the spiral road, as indicated by the distinctive rock bands that encircle the peak. Robson is the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies and statistically speaking, climbing parties have a ten percent chance of reaching the summit. A long time test piece for Canadian alpinists, Robson requires mountain sense, skills and a blessing of good weather regardless of route difficulty. The Canadian Rockies are composed of sedimentary rock, have a distinctively low tree line, pointed glaciated peaks, wide valleys between those peaks, predictably cool temperatures and are largely protected by national parks. Formidable, unsullied, and vast, the Rockies have a way of cultivating humility and gratitude.
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