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Mount Robson looms over the visitor center.Views already as I leave the parking lot and cross the Robson River.BC forests are so much more lush than AB ones!Brilliant green and some yellow fall colors as a gentle mist / rain falls in the forest.MushroomAn impressive stand of cedar trees can grow on the south side of Robson thanks to it's ability to generate rainfallKinney Lake with a gentle rain breaking its surface.Signs of fall alongside Kinney Lake.The issue with the shelters at Kinney Lake and Whitehorn is that they have no wind protection whatsoever - an oversight IMHO.Too many yellow signs, or too many dumb hikers? Your choice.Amazing scenery across Kinney Lake.The trail after the Kinney Lake CG is narrower and steep.Another bridge crossing of the Robson River at the end of the Kinney Lake flats - after losing height again.Crossing the river flats at the head of Kinney Lake on my way to the steady uphill hike to the Whitehorn campground.A pleasant trail leads up to the Whitehorn campground and the Valley of a Thousand Falls.Looking back at the flats and Kinney Lake from the trail.