Mount Robson is the highest peak of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. It is 3954 m high. The summit was first reached on 31st July 1913 by William W. Foster, Albert H. McCarthy and Conrad Kain. At present, Mount Robson belongs to frequently visited tourist destinations. The top of the mountain covered with ice and snow. There is the Robson Glacier with the Robson River, which is one of the main tributaries of the Fraser River. Below the top of Mount Robson, there is a beautiful glacial lake. The climb to the top of Mount Robson is very difficult. There are ten climbing routes but none of them is easy and the success rate in terms of reaching the top is about 10%. Anyway, it is definitely worth coming at least for a short visit and spend a couple of hours walking around the lower part of the mountain.