Panoramas of the World


Sulphur Mountain (Canada)

A hiking trail of almost six kilometers length leads to the summit of Sulphur Mountain with its overwhelming panorama. The mountain is only a few kilometers away from Banff.


Those who fear the effort can take the gondola from Banff to reach the summit. The trip takes only a few minutes. However, the last few meters up to Sanson Peak must be made on foot. But visitors will be compensated with a view over the numerous summits of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. A weather station was built here in 1903. The summit was named after the meteorologist.

Date: 19th Juni 2001 - 7.05 pm
Number of Photos: 14
Definition: 1024 x 768
Camera: Olympus Camedia C-2000 Z
Software: Panorama Tools, PTGui, Photoshop, Pure Tools
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