The Mt. Robson in the Mount Robson Provincial Park (3'954 m) is the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies. It rises 3'000m from the valley floor to the summit.
First ascent: either by an expedition in the year 1909 (George Kinney and Donals Philips) or on 31.07.1913 (William Wasbrough Foster, Konrad Kain and Albert MacCarthy).
Canada 1993, the north face of Mount Robson and Berg lake seen from Mumm Basin.
The stamp was issued in the series "Canada Day 1993 - Provincial and Territorial Parks".
United Nations Office Vienna 2002, Mount Robson.