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Mount Robson Provincial Park

Mount Robson Provincial Park (rŏbˈsən) [key], 803 sq mi (2,080 sq km), E British Columbia, Canada, in the Rocky Mts. W of Jasper, Alta.; est. 1913. It is a dominion forest reserve, containing high peaks, glaciers, lakes, and waterfalls. Mt. Robson (12,972 ft/3,954 m high), in the park, is the highest peak in the Canadian Rocky Mts.

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