While Flemming was enjoying his time in Jasper town, our overnight backpacking trip was just completed in Mount Robson. We took the Berg Lake Trail 10 miles one-way to the Emperor Falls campground where we set up camp for the night. Along the way, we passed some spectacular sights– Kinney Lake, the Valley of a Thousand Falls, White Falls, Falls of the Pool, and Emperor Falls. Our campground was perfectly situated just a few feet away from the raging Robson River. The next day, I woke up early and used the morning to hike up to Berg Lake. I had outstanding views of Berg Lake, Berg Glacier, Rearguard Mountain, and (most of) Mount Robson. Mount Robson is the tallest peak in the Canadian Rockies. I had two perfect views of it– once about a week ago from the Visitor Center and again on my backpacking trip from near Kinney Lake. When I was at Berg Lake, the summit of Mount Robson was shrouded in clouds. This is one outstanding place that I am grateful to have visited. It would probably be ranked as my lifetime favorite backpacking trip. Here are a couple of teaser pictures from the upcoming trip report.