Mount Assiniboine. Sun lighting the tops of Mount Assiniboine (pyramid-shaped) and Sunburst Peak (centre). In front of the mountains are Sunburst Lake (left) and Cerulean Lake (right). Mount Assiniboine forms a natural border between Banff National Park and Assiniboine Provincial Park in Canada's Rocky Mountains. The mountain was named in 1885 after the Stoney Indians or Assiniboines who were the original inhabitants of the area. Mount Assiniboine is 3618 metres high. Photographed in British Columbia, Canada.
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