Three Sisters | Canmore, AB

The Three Sisters mountain in Canmore, Alberta glows at sunrise with a small, rocky cascading waterfall in the foreground.
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A large framed photograph of the Three Sisters mountain in Canmore, Alberta hangs on the wall over two chairs in a contemporary home.
'Three Sisters' as a Charity Edition Lumachrome® TruLife® acrylic print, framed with a classic Roma® Tabacchino Dark Ash frame and black linen liner combination.

The snowcapped Three Sisters in the Bow Valley of the Canadian Rockies receive their first kiss of morning sun while the spring meltwater cascades along the rocky creek below.

As some of the most prominent and beautiful peaks visible from the small mountain town of Canmore, the famous trio are named from left to right, Charity, Faith, and Hope.

In 1883 an overnight snowfall left the peaks with a veil of snow, after which surveyor Albert Rogers awoke and called them the 'Three Nuns', a name which was later changed to the 'Three Sisters'.