he Columbia Icefield is the largest ice field in North America s Rocky Mountains Located within the Canadian Rocky Mountains astride the Continental Divide along the border of British Columbia and Alberta Canada the ice field lies partly in the northwestern tip of Banff National Park and partly in the southern end of Jasper National Park It is about 325 square kilometres 125 sq mi in area 100 metres 330 ft to 365 metres 1 198 ft in depth and receives up to 7 metres 280 in of snowfall per year This is the Athabasca Glacier ideally formed before 40000 years and the ice on which I am standing is 300 400 years old atleast according to the tour guide information The glacier is approximately 6 km 3 7 mi long covers an area of 6 km2 2 3 sq mi and is measured to be between 90 300 metres 300 980 ft thick

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he Columbia Icefield is the largest ice field in North America's Rocky Mountains.Located within the Canadian Rocky Mountains astride the Continental Divide along the border of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada, the ice field lies partly in the northwestern tip of Banff National Park and partly in the southern end of Jasper National Park.It is about 325 square kilometres (125 sq mi) in area, 100 metres (330 ft) to 365 metres (1,198 ft) in depth and receives up to 7 metres (280 in) of snowfall per year.

This is the Athabasca Glacier, ideally formed before 40000 years and the ice on which I am standing is 300-400 years old atleast according to the tour guide information.

The glacier is approximately 6 km (3.7 mi) long, covers an area of 6 km2 (2.3 sq mi), and is measured to be between 90–300 metres (300–980 ft) thick.

he Columbia Icefield is the largest ice field in North America's Rocky Mountains.Located within the Canadian Rocky Mountains astride the Continental Divide along the border of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada, the ice field lies partly in the northwestern tip of Banff National Park and partly in the southern end of Jasper National Park.It is about 325 square kilometres (125 sq mi) in area, 100 metres (330 ft) to 365 metres (1,198 ft) in depth and receives up to 7 metres (280 in) of snowfall per year. This is the Athabasca Glacier, ideally formed before 40000 years and the ice on which I am standing is 300-400 years old atleast according to the tour guide information. The glacier is approximately 6 km (3.7 mi) long, covers an area of 6 km2 (2.3 sq mi), and is measured to be between 90–300 metres (300–980 ft) thick.

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