Standing in the town of Banff and its surrounding area, it is hard to miss Mount Rundle. It can be viewed for miles and miles around. The mountain is almost seven and a half miles long and has seven distinct peaks along its length. It's highest peak is almost 9,700 feet, which puts it in the top twenty highest peaks in the Canadian Rockies. It might be the most recognizable one given that Banff is one of the most visited towns in the Canadian Rockies. While Mount Rundle is often photographed reflected in Vermillion Lakes or Two Jack Lake, it still is a beautiful subject from almost anywhere. This photo was taken off of Tunnel Mountain Road one late June afternoon.