Astronaut Thomas Pesquet captured from ISS the Rocky Mountains in the western North America.
The Rockies are a 4,000m-class major mountain range stretching over 4,800 km from the northernmost part of British Columbia, Canada, to New Mexico, U.S.

Credit: Thomas Pesquet, ESA, NASA

Much of the mountain range is protected by public parks and forest lands, and is a popular tourist destination, especially for hiking, camping, etc. The local scenery on the ground of Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada is as follows.

Credit: Wikipedia

Please take a look at the Rockies previously introduced in No.19 Canadian Rockies”.

Reference: Thomas Pesquet’s Tweet
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