My first glimpse of Mt. Fee
literally took my breath away.
Part of the Coast Mountains in southwestern
British Columbia, Mt. Fee is a volcanic peak
Part of the Mt. Cayley volcanic field which lies
between the Pemberton Icefield and the Squamish River,
Mt. Fee is 2,162 m (7,093 ft) high and
has 2 main summits.
Her rugged appearance is due to
glacial erosion over thousands of years.
Mt. Fee is not an active volcano,
her history of eruptions is unknown.
She is none the less a truly magnificent sight.