Mountain Time's
Astounding Bow River Valley Vista
Mountain Time looks northwest up the Bow River Valley to Cascade Mountain 20 km (13 miles) away near the Town of Banff. The view is flanked by the vast Rundle Mountain Range on the left and the Fairholme Range on the right 
On the afternoon of April 15, 2005 fourteen pictures were taken from Mountain Time's balcony and 'stitched' to produce a 180 degree + panorama that you can see by clicking the picture below.

  NOTE: if your browser blocks pop ups, right click and 'open in a new window'
  NOTE: it may be necessary to override automatic image resizing to see big picture

Use the scroll bar at the bottom of the picture to travel up the  Bow River Valley from Mount Lawrence Grassi's daunting Ha Ling Peak, northwest across The Rundle Mountain Range with its numerous Ramparts, to Banff's Cascade Mountain 20 km (13 miles) in the distance.

Keep scrolling and you return southeast along the Fairholme Range to the prominent Mount Lady MacDonald. Grotto Mountain to the east begins to rise at the extreme right side of the view.

180 degree Panorama from Mountain Time's balcony in the morning Apr 15, 2005
Click for 200 degree panorama taken April 15, 2005

Similar picture during the construction of Solara in the morning Feb 19, 2007
Click for 180 degree panorama taken Feb 19, 2007

Similar picture near the end of construction of Solara in the afternoon of Jan 20,  2008
Click for 180 degree panorama taken Jan 20, 2008

Similar picture taken the morning of June 21,  2012
Click for 180 degree panorama taken June 21, 2012

 
Canmore's signature Three Sisters Mountain provides a gorgeous back drop for Mountain Time: 
Enjoy glowing sunrises, 
Click for larger image - BACK to return
stunning mountain sunsets, 
Click for larger image - BACK to return
bright moons, 
Click for larger image - BACK to return
a billion stars 
and if you are lucky, 
even the Northern Lights.