The Peace River Lowland is a gently rolling lowland without clearly defined outer boundaries, extending east of the Rocky Mountains on both sides of the Peace River, sloping downward to the north and east.
Mount Steele, elevation 5067 m, is located among Canada's highest mountains in the St Elias Range of Yukon.
Mount Vancouver, elevation 4785 m, situated in the Yukon Territory's St Elias Mountains, rises southeast of Mount Logan between 2 immense glacier systems, Hubbard and Seward.
Crowsnest Pass, elevation 1357 m, is situated in the Rocky Mountains, on the BC-Alberta border.
Foothills, a region of rolling, undulating or hilly terrain lying between an area of plains and a mountain range.
Mont Tremblant, Québec, 968 m, is located 140 km north of Montréal.
From its 4 headwater lakes (called Four Ponds - lakes are called "ponds" in Newfoundland and Labrador) in the Long Range Mountains on Newfoundland and Labrador's Great Northern Peninsula, the Main River drops quickly over boulder-strewn rapids.
The Kicking Horse River begins as glacial meltwater streams flowing down the west slope of the Rocky Mountains.
The Cariboo Mountains is the most northern range making up the Columbia Mountains.
The Columbia Icefield is a mass of ice covering a high plateau between Mount Columbia (3747 m), the highest point in Alberta, and Mount Athabasca (3491 m), located between Banff and Jasper national parks, along the BC-Alberta border.
Columbia Mountains are a block of mountains 608 km long and 256 km wide that dominate the landscape of southeastern BC.
The Mackenzie-Grease Trail represents the final 350 km link which Alexander Mackenzie followed in the first recorded crossing of continental North America in 1793.
Logan, Mount, elev 5959 m, is Canada's highest mountain, named after Sir William E. Logan by Prof I.C. Russell, who first saw it during an attempted ascent of Mt St Elias in 1890.
Mount Waddington, elev 4016 m, the highest mountain in BC's Coast Mountains, rises near the head of Knight Inlet, 282 km NW of Vancouver.
Mount Edith Cavell, elevation 3368 m, the highest mountain in the environs of Jasper, Alberta, is situated west of the Athabasca River, 24 km south of Jasper.
Mount Assiniboine, elevation 3618 m, the highest mountain between the Trans-Canada Highway and the US border in the Rocky Mts, is often called "The Matterhorn of the Canadian Rockies."
Wood Mountain, elev 1000 m, is located about 135 km southwest of Moose Jaw, Sask, near the Forty-Ninth Parallel.
Kootenay Lake, 407 km2, elev 532 m, is situated in the mountainous southeastern interior of BC.
Mount Robson, elev 3954 m, the highest mountain in the Canadian Rocky Mts, is located 72 km NW of Jasper townsite, 10 km SW of the Continental Divide.
Selkirk Mountains are ranges in southeastern BC between the Columbia River on the West and the valley of Kootenay Lake.
The Miramichi River is 217 km long from its source in Juniper, in central New Brunswick, to the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
A landslide is a downward and outward movement of a soil mass that formed part of a slope.
Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, French islands in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, 20 km southwest of the Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Hells Gate is a narrow rocky gorge of the Fraser River Canyon south of Boston Bar, British Columbia.
The National Water Research Institute (NWRI), headquartered at the Canada Centre for Inland Waters, is a directorate of Environment Canada's Environmental Conservation Service.