I've seen a lot of mountain ranges in my life, admired the diversity of all of them, big and small, rugged and worn. the geology has always interested me, volcanic or subduction, fault block and passive margin. thinking about the arc of these formations is humbling, it plays with our, or at least my, perception of time. of all the ranges I've seen, this one, along the west edge of the Rockwall Trail might be my favourite. I remember being in awe on my first visit of just how enormous they seemed rising vertically from Floe Lake. on the last trip I was lucky to catch Jess wandering along the shore, this photo captures the scale of these giants pretty well. a place unlike any I've ever seen.