It's #worldwaterday and I can't help but think of this place, the Berg Lake trail at Mount Robson. So much water everywhere it's in fact a rainforest microclimate hundreds of km from where you'd expect one. Once you make it past Kinney Lake on the approach, the deep rumble of tumbling water creeps into your ears and body. A few hundred meters further and the rumble becomes a roar as you enter the Valley of a Thousand Falls. Everywhere you look, water is pouring off cliffs and down the mountains. You can feel the power of the water as it rushes past, above and below you. The roar does not subside in these parts, it's absolutely incredible to 'tune in' .
This is the view from Whitehorn camp, along the Robson River, a good stop on your way up. Living near the mouth of the Fraser River in Vancouver it's cool to know the headwaters of our mighty Fraser are right up here near Robson Provincial Park.
Mount Robson, BC.