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  • Dawson's Peak
  • Dawson's Peak
  • Dawson's Peak

Dawson's Peak

Excluding Sales Tax

Banff National Park, Alberta 

George Mercer Dawson, named Storm Mountain, in 1884 after he spends several days camping below it. During his stay, storms, hence the conception of its name, shrouded the Banff National Park mountain. Its peak is 10,361 feet above sea level and positioned on the continental divide between Alberta and British Columbia.



Small: (19" x 8.7"), Quantity of  Sixty

Medium: (25" x 11.3"), Quantity of Twenty-Five 

Large: (37" x  16.5"), Quantity of Fifteen 


NOTE: Print sizing includes a one-half inch white border. 


An accompanied signed and numbered (COA) Certificate of Authenticity validates each print. Solidifying each work of art as a genuine collector’s piece.

  • We create limited editions on Hahnemühle Photo Rag®, a 310gsm cotton museum grade archival paper. Offering muted blacks and uncompromised detail. Its surface, textured with a cotton feel which aids in color reproduction and smooth gradients.

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