British Columbia, Canada, 2001
Mount Robson, with a height of 3954 metres, is the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies. It isn't quite the highest in British Columbia. That honour belongs to Mount Waddington in the Coastal Range.
Avalanches, blizzards, icefalls, and stonefalls, together with very fickle weather, make ascent of this mountain a serious challenge. In most years, more climbers reach the top of Mount Everest than Mount Robson.