Black Tusk. Garibaldi Provincial Park, Coast Range, British Columbia, Canada.
See the volcanic pinnacle of Black Tusk (2319 m or 7608 ft) rising above Taylor Meadows. The Black Tusk is a remnant of an extinct andesitic stratovolcano which formed 1.3-1.1 million years ago: after long glacial erosion, renewed volcanism 170,000 years ago made the lava flow and dome forming the tooth-shaped summit. Garibaldi Provincial Park, in the Coast Range, British Columbia, Canada. Garibaldi Park is east of the Sea to Sky Highway (Route 99) between Squamish and Whistler.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download