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Mount Bridgland

Mount Bridgland is a 2.930-metre mountain located in the Victoria Cross Ranges of Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada. It was named by Frank Sissons in 1923 after Morrison P. Bridgland, a Dominion Land Surveyor who named many peaks in Jasper ...

                                               

Mount Brock

Mount Brock is a 2.902-metre mountain summit located in the Opal Range of the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. Its nearest higher peak is Mount Evan-Thomas, 3.3 km to the north. Like many of the mountains in Kananaskis country, mountain Brock ...

                                               

Mount Charlton (Canada)

Mount Charlton is a 3.217-metre mountain summit located on the west side of Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park, in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. Its nearest higher peak is Mount Unwin, 1.2 kilometres to the west.

                                               

Mount Christie (Alberta)

Mount Christie is a 3.103-metre mountain summit located in the Athabasca River valley of Jasper National Park, in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. The nearest higher peak is Brussels Peak, 1.67 km to the south-southwest. Mount Christie ca ...

                                               

Mount Cline

Mount Cline is a mountain in western Alberta, Canada, 11 km north of Saskatchewan Crossing, 60 km southwest of Nordegg. The mountain is located in the valley of the North Saskatchewan river, 2 km 1 mile to the West of resolute mountain. It was na ...

                                               

Mount Coleman (Alberta)

Mount Coleman is a 3.135-metre mountain summit located in the upper North Saskatchewan River valley in Banff National Park, in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. Its nearest higher peak is Cirrus Mountain, 4.46 km to the north. Mount Colema ...

                                               

Mount Colin

Mount Colin is a 2.687-metre mountain summit located in Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada. It is located in the Colin Range, which is a sub-range of the Canadian Rockies. The peak is situated 15 km northeast of the municipality of Jasper, a ...

                                               

Mount Cornwall

Mount Cornwall is a prominent 2.970-metre summit located between the Elbow River valley and Little Elbow River valley of Kananaskis Country in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. The peak is visible from Highway 66, weather permitting. Mount ...

                                               

Mount Crandell

Mount Crandell is a 2.381-metre mountain summit located in Waterton Lakes National Park, in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. It is situated immediately north of the Waterton townsite. Its nearest higher peak is Bertha Peak, 2.94 km to the ...

                                               

Mount Cumnock

Mount Cumnock is a 2.438 m mountain summit located in Jasper National Park of Alberta, Canada. It is situated in the De Smet Range of the Canadian Rockies. Mount Cumnock was named in 1916 by Morrison P. Bridgland after Cumnock, in Scotland. Bridg ...

                                               

Mount Currie (Alberta)

Mount Currie is a 2.770-metre mountain summit located in the upper Spray River Valley of southern Banff National Park, in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. Mount Curries nearest higher peak is Red Man Mountain, 3.3 km to the southwest on t ...

                                               

Mount Daly

Mount Daly is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia. It was named in 1898 by Charles E. Fay after Charles F. Daly, a geographer. Mount Niles is located two km southwest of Daly.

                                               

Mount Dungarvan

Mount Dungarvan is a 2.575-metre mountain summit located in Waterton Lakes National Park, in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. Its nearest higher peak is Cloudy Peak, 2.8 km to the westt.

                                               

Mount Engadine

Mount Engadine is a 2.972-metre mountain summit located in the Spray River Valley of Kananaskis Country, in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. It was named in 1917 after HMS Engadine, a seaplane tender of the Royal Navy present at the Battl ...

                                               

Mount Foch

Mount Foch is a 3.194-metre mountain summit located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia on the Continental Divide. It was named in 1918 after Marshall Ferdinand Foch. The first ascent of the mountain was made in 1930 by Kate Gardiner an ...

                                               

Mount Fox (Canada)

Mount Fox is a 2.973-metre mountain on the shared border between Alberta and British Columbia. It is situated on the Continental Divide south of the Kananaskis Lakes area of the Canadian Rockies. It was named in 1859 by John Palliser after Sir Ch ...

                                               

Mount Galwey

Mount Galwey is a mountain located north of Blakiston Creek of Waterton Lakes National Park, in Canada. The mountain was named in 1934 after Lt. Galwey, who was an astronomer for the International Boundary Commission.

                                               

Mount Gass

Mount Gass is a mountain located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia on the Continental Divide and is part of the Rocky Mountain chain. It was named in 1928 after Gass, L.H. The mountain is 2865 m tall and has two peaks, the southernmos ...

                                               

Mount Glasgow

Mount Glasgow is a prominent 2.935-metre pyramid-shaped summit located between the Elbow River valley and Little Elbow River valley of Kananaskis Country in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. The peak is visible from Calgary, weather permit ...

                                               

Mount Gloria

Mount Gloria is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia on the Continental Divide. It was named in 1913 by the Interprovincial Boundary Survey after Lake Gloria.

                                               

Mount Habel

Mount Habel is a 3.087-metre mountain summit located on the Continental Divide along the border of Alberta and British Columbia in the Waputik Mountains, part of the Canadian Rockies. It was named in 1986 after Jean Habel. Jean Habel was a German ...

                                               

Mount Invincible

Mount Invincible is a 2.700-metre mountain summit located in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. The peak is visible from Alberta Highway 40, and the Kananaskis Lakes area. Mount Invincibles nearest higher p ...

                                               

Mount James Walker

Mount James Walker is a 3.035-metre mountain summit located in Kananaskis Country in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. Mount James Walker is situated within Spray Valley Provincial Park, and its nearest higher peak is Mount Galatea, 5.0 km ...

                                               

Mount John Laurie

Officially named Mount John Laurie in 1961, it is also known as Mount Laurie, or by the Nakoda name Mount Yamnuska, or simply Yamnuska. Yamnuska translates to "wall of stone." "Yamnuska" is derived from the Stoney Nakoda word "Iyamnathka" that de ...

                                               

Mount Kerkeslin

Mount Kerkeslin is a 2.956 m mountain summit located in the Athabasca River valley of Jasper National Park, in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. It is the highest peak of the Maligne Range. It is located in the south part of the Maligne Ra ...

                                               

Mount Magog

Mount Magog is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia on the Continental Divide in the Canadian Rockies. It also straddles the shared boundary of Banff National Park with Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park. It was named in 1930 afte ...

                                               

Mount Northover

Mount Northover is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia on the Continental Divide. The nearest higher peak is Mount Lyautey, 2.0 km to the north-northeast. It was named in 1917 after Lieutenant A.W. Northover, M.C., of the C.E.F. ...

                                               

Mount Olive (Canadian Rockies)

Mount Olive is located on the Continental Divide, on the Alberta-British Columbia border, in both Banff National Park and Yoho National Park. It lies on the eastern edge of the Wapta Icefield, and is part of the Waputik Mountains. It was named in ...

                                               

Mount Rae

Mount Rae is a mountain located on the east side of Highway 40 between Elbow Pass and the Ptarmigan Cirque in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta. Mount Rae was named after John Rae, explorer of Northern Canada, in 1859. Due to its relatively high su ...

                                               

Mount Robertson

Mount Robertson is a mountain in the Canadian Rockies, standing astride the British Columbia-Alberta boundary between Palliser Pass and North Kananaskis Pass. The British Columbia side of the pass is in Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park. The moun ...

                                               

Mount Talbot

Mount Talbot is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia. It was officially named on 4 November 1925 after Senator Peter Talbot, an early pioneer of the Lacombe region of central Alberta. A teacher and farmer, he turned to politics a ...

                                               

Mount Unwin

Mount Unwin is a 3.268-metre mountain summit located on the west side of Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park, in the Queen Elizabeth Range of the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. Its nearest higher peak is Mount Brazeau, 13.0 kilometres to t ...

                                               

Mount Whyte

Mount Whyte is a mountain in Alberta, Canada located in Banff National Park, near Lake Louise. The mountain can be seen from the Trans-Canada Highway, and offers views of the Valley of the Ten Peaks, including the Chateau Lake Louise. The mountai ...

                                               

Mount Wilcox (Alberta)

Mount Wilcox is a 2.884-metre mountain summit located in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. It is located in Jasper National Park right beside the Columbia Icefield visitor centre with the Icefields Parkway traversing the western base of th ...

                                               

Mushroom Peak

Mushroom Peak is a mountain located in the Sunwapta River valley of Alberta, Canadas Jasper National Park, lying just over a kilometre east of Diadem Peak. The mountain was named in 1947 by Noel E. Odell who made the first ascent. Upon reaching t ...

                                               

Mount Nelson (Alberta)

Mount Nelson is a mountain located near the west branch of Lynx Creek in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. The peak of Diadema is located 5 kilometers 3.1 miles South-East of mount Palmer. The mountain was named in 1952 George. Monroe Thorin ...

                                               

North Twin Peak

North Twin is one of the two peaks that comprise The Twins massif located at the northeast corner of the Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. The other lower peak is named South Twin. North Twin is the third-highest peak in ...

                                               

Onion Lake Cree Nation

The Onion Lake Cree Nation is a Plains Cree First Nations band government in Canada, straddling the Alberta/Saskatchewan provincial border approximately 50 km north of the City of Lloydminster. It is located in the County of Albertas vermilion ri ...

                                               

Oppy Mountain

Oppy Mountain is composed of sedimentary rock laid down from the Precambrian to Jurassic periods. Formed in shallow seas, this sedimentary rock was pushed east and over the top of younger rock during the Laramide orogeny.

                                               

Palliser Range

The Palliser Range is a mountain range of the Canadian Rockies that lies in the extreme southeast corner of Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. Range Palliser is part of the ranges East of the Banff Central front canadian Rockies. Lake Minnewan ...

                                               

Parapet Peak

Based on the Koppen climate classification, the mountain is located in a subarctic climate with cold, snowy winters, and mild summers. Temperatures can drop below -20 °C with wind chill factors below -30 °C. In terms of favorable weather, July an ...

                                               

Park Ranges

The Park Ranges, also known as the Main Ranges, are a group of mountain ranges in the Canadian Rockies of southeastern British Columbia and southwestern Alberta, Canada. It is one of the three main subranges and the most central of the Continenta ...

                                               

Peninsula Lake (Alberta)

Peninsula Lake is a lake in Alberta, Canada. The lake is located 160 km southeast of the city of Edmonton. The salinity of Peninsula Lake causes characteristics such as temperature, nutrient concentrations and plant and animal communities to cont ...

                                               

Mount Perren

Mount Perren is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia on the Continental Divide. It was named in 1968 after Perren, Walter. The peak forms part of the backdrop to Moraine Lake in the Valley of the Ten Peaks of Banff National Park.

                                               

Mount Petain

Mount Petain is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia on the Continental Divide. It was named in 1918 after Marshal Philippe Petain - at the time honored a war hero by Canadians as by other World War I Allies. The name was retaine ...

                                               

Peyto Glacier

The Peyto Glacier is situated in the Canadian Rockies in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada, approximately 90 km northwest of the town of Banff, and can be accessed from the Icefields Parkway. Peyto Glacier is an outflow glacier from the Wapta ...

                                               

Peyto Lake

Peyto Lake is a glacier-fed lake in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies. The lake itself is near the Icefields Parkway. It was named for Bill Peyto, an early trail guide and trapper in the Banff area. The lake appeared in the valley of th ...

                                               

Peyto Peak

Peyto Peak is a mountain in the Waputik Range, part of the Canadian Rockies in Alberta, Canada. It lies at the north end of the Wapta Icefield, in Banff National Park, about one km east of the border with British Columbia and 32 km north of the t ...

                                               

Pika Peak

Pika Peak is a mountain located between Mount Richardson and Ptarmigan Peak in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada The mountain was named in 1928 after the pika, the small "rock rabbit" that inhabits alpine regions. Lake ski resort lake Louise d ...

                                               

Porcupine Hills

A feature known as the Porcupine Hills is located in the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba. They are part of the Manitoba Escarpment, which was the shoreline of the glacial Lake Agassiz. They are located northwest of Swan River, Man ...

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