Over The Hills – Part 2 – An aerial winter look at the Banff area

This is a follow up to a collection of summery Banff National Park aerials I posted a few months back. Here’s a glimpse into the wintry heights of the Canadian Rockies. Prints are available for anyone interested – just get in touch!

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Castle Mountain looking like a ship making its way down the Bow Valley.

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Blue hour on the Three Sisters.

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Cornices of Mount Bourgeau.

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Mount Assiniboine and sun-kissed ranges framed by the summit ridge of Mount Rundle.

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First light on the upper limestone cliffs of Mount Rundle.

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Sunrise over Canmore.

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Perfect day above the Deathtrap! Mount Lefroy on the left, Victoria on the right. Abbot Pass is tucked in between.

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Looking back towards Lake Louise from the seracs of Mount Victoria.

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Sidelight on Mount Assiniboine, which stands high above everything else.

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Odaray Mountain towers over Lake O’Hara, Yoho National Park.

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Kingmik dogsleds from the air!

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The sunlit quartzite of the Grand Sentinel.

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The Lake Louise Ski Area. Perhaps one of the world’s most scenic ski resorts.

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Chairlift shadows. Lake Louise Ski Area.

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Lonely snowboarder dwarfed by the majestic setting of Lake Louise.

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An overview of the Sunshine Village Ski Resort.

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Lake Minnewanka stetches towards Devil’s Gap and the prairies. The original way into the mountains!

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Shadow Lake and the incredible east face of Mount Ball.

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Moraine Lake and the Valley of the Ten Peaks. All Ten Peaks but one are visible in this one.

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The huge north face of Mount Temple makes a skier look rather insignificant.