The hike to Kootenay's Rockwall begins at Marble Canyon.
Here the glacier-fed Tokumm Creek cuts a deep gorge into the limestone bedrock.
Get used to kilometers–this is Canada.
Prominent peaks abound, big enough to cut through the constant rain and mist.
Helmet Falls plunges 1100 feet off of two separate glaciers, converging mid-drop in a spectacular clash of water, rock, and mist.
In Kootenay National Park, even anonymous peaks lord overhead like the Tetons.
Helmet Falls, even more beautiful in the day.
The start of the famous Rockwall, which towers overhead some 3,000 feet in places.
Greenery begins to take over a glacial pond.
The beginning of the Rockwall, looking towards Rockwall Pass.
Tumbling Glacier, one of the prominent glaciers along the Rockwall.
Kootenay's Paint Pots served as sources of ochre paint, first for Native American tribes, and later for white settlers.
A rare burst of sun near the Vermillion River.