Mt Lefroy (center) and Mt Victoria (right) peeking through heavy fog. Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.
Hiking around Lake Louise, we decided to go up the the Plain of the Six Glaciers tea house. We hiked up through thick fog for the most part; I happened to look over and saw that the fog was beginning to burn off in the sun and was met with the first glance of the mountains I'd seen from this angle. A man came up behind me and I pointed over (everyone was just concentrating on walking through the fog) and he said he had never seen it like that before; that he'd been up there a zillion times and had never seen conditions like it. I was pretty stoked to get my first view of Mt Lefroy and Mt Victoria in such a dramatic way.