Mount Goodsir and surroundings in Yoho National Park, B.C.
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Scenic views from Yoho National Park
Today we’re at one of the highest peaks in the Canadian Rockies – Mount Goodsir. Named after brothers John Goodsir and Harry Goodsir, this mountain is part of the Ottertail Range in British Columbia. With an elevation of 3,525 metres, Mount Goodsir dominates the Rockies skyline. While summer offers a network of scenic trails to hikers, winter draws the skiers and snowshoers to Yoho National Park. For now, we’ll just take in this soothing mountain imagery.
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