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Peaks in the Canadian Rockies above 10,000 feet, with Positions, Altitudes, and Data Regarding First Ascents

Peaks in the Canadian Rockies above 10,000 feet, with Positions, Altitudes, and Data Regarding First Ascents

Name

N.

Latitude

W.

Longi

tude

Altitude



First Ascent

Where Reported



Aberdeen

(“Hazel Peak”) Alberta

51°

52

23’

14

116°

117

15’

36

10,340

12,500C

1894, Aug. 17.

Allen, Frissell, and Wilcox. [Unclimbed.]

A. J. xviii., p. 119. W. (i.) p. 108.

C., p. 129. (Seen from Diadem Peak.)



Alexandra

51

58

117

11

11,0000

1902, Aug. 23.

Outram (C. Kaufmann).

O., p. 400, et passim.



Assiniboine

50

56

115

42

11,860

1901, Sept. 3.

Outram (Bohren, HÄsler).

O., p. 63. App. x., p. 43.



Athabasca

52

07

117

11

11,900C

1898, Aug. 18.

Collie and Woolley.

C., p. 105.



Aylmer

Ayshea

51

51

20

38

115

116

2(3

36

10,365

10,026

1889.

McArthur.

Report of Dept, of Int., 1890, ii., p. 50.



Baker

51

40

116

36

10,441



[Unclimbed.]

App. ix., p. 21. (Mention of naming.)



Balfour (“Daly”)

51

34

116

27

10,731

1898, Aug. 11.

Noyes, Thompson, Weed.

App. ix., p. 20.



Ball

51

09

116

00

10,825

1904, June 4.

Patterson (C. and H. Kaufmann).

C. A. J. i., p. 85.



Biddle

51

19

116

18

10,876

1903, Sept. 3.

Eggers, Parker (C. and H. Kaufmann).

App. x., p. 298.



Bident (“Fay”)

51

17

116

as

10,109

1903, Aug. 7.

Thompson (H. Kaufmann).

A. J. xxii., p. 205. (Here called “Mt.. Fay.”)



Bonnet Peak

51

2(3

115

54

10,290

1890.

St. Cyr et als.

Report of Dept, of Int., 1890, ii., p. 45.



Bryce Bush Peak

52

51

01

50

117

117

19

10

11,8000 10,800

1902, Aug. 21.

Outram (C. Kaufmann). [Unclimbed.]

O., p. 412. A. J. xxi., p. 464.

C., pp. 198, 227. (Mention of naming.)



Cathedral

51

24

116

23

10,454

1901, Aug. 26.

Outram (Bossoney, Klucker).

O., p. 172.



Chaba

52

15*

117

50*

10,300*

1901, July 31.

Habel, D. Campbell.

App. x., p. 35.



Chancellor

Cline

51

52

14

05

116 116

30

45

10,751 11,000C

1901, July 30.

Outram, Scattergood, Weed (HÄsler).

[Unclimbed.]

O., p. 260. App. x., p. 16.

C., p. 306. (Mention of naming.)



Collie

51

37

116

35

10,315

1901, Aug. 19.

Outram, Whymper (C. Kaufmann, Klucker, Pollinger).

O., p. 221.



Columbia

52

02

117

28

12,000

1902, July 19.

Outram (C. Kaufmann).

O., p. 376. App. x., p. 142.



Consolation

51

59*

117

14*

11,2000

1902, Aug. 19.

Outram (C. Kaufmann).

O., p. 397.



Daly

51

31

116

23

10,332

1903, Aug. 23.

Batcheller, Fay, Tewes (C. Bohren, C. HÄsler).

App. x., p. 374. D. and Ö. Z. xxxvi., p. 153.



Deltaform

(“Saknowa”)

51

18

116

14

11,225

1903, Sept. 1.

Eggers, Parker (C. and H. Kaufmann).

App. x., p. 295.



Diadem

52

10

117

31

11,500C

1898, Aug. 26.

Collie, Stutfield, Woolley.

C., p. 128. A. J. xix., p. 262, 461. G. J. xiii., p. 351.



Dome, The



04

117

21

11,650C

1898, Aug. 21.

Collie, Stutfield, Woolley.

C., p. 121.



Douglas, No.

51

37

115

58

11,015

1907, Sept.

L. M. Earle (E. Feuz, Sr., and G. Feuz).

C. A. J. i., p. 318.



Douglas, So.

Eden

Eiffel (“Sentinel”)

51

51

30

16*

20

115

117

116

58

51*

14

11,220

10,660*

10,091

1910, July 12.

j. W. A. Hickson (E. Feuz and E. Feuz, Jr.)

[Unclimbed.]

C. A. J. III., No. 1. App. xii., No. 3.

App. x., p. 35. (Partial ascent by Habel.) (Climbed previous to Aug., 1903. No data.)



Fay (“Heejee”) Five, Peak

51

51

18

18

116 116

09

12

10,612

10,018

1904, July 20.

Benham (C. Kaufmann).

A. J. xxii., p. 333.



Forbes

51

51

11(3

51

12,000

1902, Aug. 10.

Collie, Outram, Stutfield, Weed, Woolley (C. and H. Kaufmann).

C., p.277. O. p. 345. A. J. xxi., p. 369. G. J. xxi., p. 491.



Four, Peak

51

18

116

11

10,028

1901, July 24.

Little, Thompson, Weed (H. Kaufmann).

App. x., p. 92. (Doubt expressed as to name.)



Freshfield

51

45

116

57

11,000

1902, Aug. 4.

Collie, Outram, Stutfield, Weed (C. and H. Kaufmann).

C., p. 266. O., p. 321. A. J. xxi., p 367. G. J. xxi., p. 488.



Glacier Peak

51

21

116

16

10,831

1909, Aug. 4.

Fynn, Hart, Richardson, Wilson

C. A. J. ii., p. 84. A. J. xxv., p. 82.



Goodsir, No.

51

13

116

24

11,555

1909, Aug. 16.

Forde, P. McTayish (E. Feuz, Sr.)

C. A. J. ii., p. 61.



Goodsir, So.

51

12

116

23

11,676

1903, July 16.

Fay, Parker (Hasler, C. Kaufmann).

App. x., p. 285. C. A. J, i., p. 72.



Gordon

51

36

116

30

10,330

1907, Aug, 9.

Baker, Collie, Dixon, Fay, Michael, Noyes, Parker, Thompson, Vanderlip (Sar- bach).

C., p. 28. A. J. xix., p. 97. App. viii., p.394.



Habel (“Hidden”)

51

35

116

36

10,361

1901, Aug. 10.

Outram, Whymper (Bossoney, C. Kaufmann, Klucker, Pollinger).

O., p. 210.





This list is not exhaustive. Names in quotation marks and within parentheses have at some time been applied to the same peak. The Dominion Topographical Survey is the authority for locations and altitudes, unless otherwise specified. An asterisk indicates “approximate.” The names of guides taking part in first ascents are given in parentheses.

ABBREVIATIONS: App., Appalachia. D. and Ö. Z., Zeitschrift der D. u. Ö. Alpenverein. O., Outram’s In the Heart of the Rocky Mountains.

A. J., Alpine Journal. G. J., Geographical Journal. W. (i.), Wilcox’s Camping in the Canadian Rockies.

C. A. J., Canadian Alpine Journal. C., Collie’s Climbs and Exploration in the Canadian Rockies. W. (ii.), Wilcox’s Rocky Mountains of Canada.

PEAKS IN THE CANADIAN ROCKIES (Continued)

Name

N.

Latitude

W.

Longi

tude

Altitude



First Ascent

Where Reported



Hanbury

51°

10'

116°

30'

10,267



[Unclimbed.]





Hector

Helmet

51

51

34

11

116

116

15

20

11,125

10,287

1895, July 30.

Abbot, Fay, Thompson. [Unclimbed.]

App. VIII., p. 1.



Howse

51

49

116

40

10,800C

1902, Aug. 14.

Collie, Stutfield, Weed, Woolley (H. Kaufmann).

C., p. 286. A. J. xxi., p. 371. G. J. xxi., p. 492.



Huber

51

23

116

18

11,041

1903, Aug. 9.

Tewes.

D. and O. Z. xxxvi., p. 140.



Hungabee

51

20

116

16

11,447

1903, July 21.

Parker (C. and H. Kaufmann).

App. x., p. 291. C. A. J. i., p. 85.



Kaufmann

51

52*

117

03*

10,2000

1902, July 30.

Outram (C. Kaufmann).

O., p. 311.



Laussedat

51

34

116

57

10,015

1907, July 20?. Carson et als.

Report of Top. Surveys Br. 1907, p. 77.



Lefroy

51

22

116

16

11,220

1897, Aug. 3.

Collie, Dixon, Fay, Michael, Noyes, Parker, Vanderlip, Thompson (Sarbach).

C.,p. 17. A. J. xix., p. 103. App. viii., p. 133.



Little (“Two, Peak ”)

51

18

116

11

10,293

1904, July 19.

Benham (C. Kaufmann).

A. J. xxii., p. 334.



Lyell

51

57

117

01

11,5000

1902, July 24.

Outram (C. Kaufmann).

O., p. 388.



Misty

52

18*

118

02*

10,050*

1892, Aug. 25.

A. P. and L. Q. Coleman, Stewart





Mummery

51

40

116

50

10,908

1906, Aug. 6.

I. T. Burr, Jr., Cabot, Peabody, Walcott (C. Kaufmann).

App. xi., p. 221.



Murchison

51

58C

116

40Ci

11,500*

1902, July 29.

Collie, Stutfield, Weed (H. Kaufmann).

C., p. 251. G. J. xxi., p. 487.



Neptuak

51

18

116

15

10,607

1902, Sept. 2.

Collie, Stutfield, Weed, Woolley.

C., p. 315. A. J. xxi., p. 376.



Noyes

51

49

116

33

10,000C

1902, Aug. 24.

The Same.

C., p. 305. G. J., p. 496.



Observation

51

45

116

28

10,204

1898, Aug. 4.

Noyes, Thompson, Weed.

App. ix., p. 91.



Odaray

Olive

51

51

21

37

116

116

23

29

10,165

10,260

18S7.

McArthur.

[Unclimbed.]

Report of Dept, of Int. 1887, ii., p. 104.



Owen

51

19

116

25

10,118

1892, Aug. 23.

McArthur et als.

Report of Dept, of Int. 1892,ii., p. 75.



Pinnacle

51

20

116

13

10,062

1909, July 29.

Hickson (Ämmer, E. Feuz, Jr.).

C. A. J. ii., p. 45.



President, The

Ptarmigan

Pyramid

(“Balfour” ?) Richardson

51

51

52

51

30

57

30

116 116 118

116

34

06

09

07

10,287

10,060

10,700C

10,115

1901, Aug. 9.

Outram(Bossoney and Klucker).

O., p. 204.

C., p. 244. O., p. 299. (Reference to its beauty.)



Ringrose

51

21

116

16

10,741

1909, Aug. 9.

Fynn and Pilkington.

A. J. xxv., p. 81.



Robson

53

06

119

10

13,700

1909, Aug. 13.

Kinney and Phillips.

App. xii., p. 112. C. A. J. ii., p. 21.



Sarbach

Saskatchewan

51

52

52

03

116

117

47

05

10,700C

11,000C

1897, Aug. 25.

Baker, Collie (Sarbach).

C., p. 47.

O., p. 364. (Partial ascent.)



Six, Peak

51

18

116

13

10,520

1905, July 22.

Benham (C. Kaufmann).

A. J. xxii., p. 334.



Stephen

51

24

.116

26

10,485

1887.

McArthur et als.

Report of Dept, of Int. 1887, II,p. 106. App. viii., p. 35.



Stewart

52

11*

116

55*

10,000*

1902.

A. P. and L. Q. Coleman.

G. J. xxi., p. 509. (Partial ascent.)



Storm

51

12

116

00

10,309

1889.

Drewry.

Report of Dept of Int. 1889, ii.,p. 47.



Stutfield

52

12

117

28

11,400C



[Unclimbed.]

C., p. 126. (Mentions naming.)



Temple (“Lefroy”)

51

21

116

12

11,626

1894, Aug. 11.

Allen, Frissell, Wilcox.

W. (i.), p. 115; (ii.), p. 242. A. J. xviii., p. 222. App. viii., p. 281.



Three, Teak

51

18

116

11

10,088

1901, July 24.

Little, Thompson, Weed (H. Kaufmann).

App. x., p. 92. (Wrongly called “Two.”)



Thompson

51

40

116

31

10,109

1898, Sept. 6.

Collie, Woolley, Stutfield.

C., p. 140.



Turret

Tuzo (“ Seven, Peak ”)

52

51

00*

18

117

116

15* 13

10,200

10,648

1902, Aug. 19.

Outram (C. Kaufmann).

O., p. 399.



Twins, The

52

08

117

28

11,800C



[Unclimbed.]

C., P. 120. (Mentions naming.)



Unnamed (1)

52

12*

117

10*

10,140*

1893, July 26.

A. P. and L.Q. Coleman, Stewart.

G. J. v., p. 53.



Unnamed (2)

53

14*

119

10*

10,700C

1910, Aug. 16.

Collie, Mumm (Inderbinen).

A. J. xxv., p. 467.



Unnamed (3)

53

11*

119

14*

11,100C

1910, Aug. 19.

The Same, with Stephens, Swain, and Yates.

Ibid.



Vaux (“Chancellor”)

51

16

116

31

10,881

1901, July 16.

Fay, Outram, Scattergood (Hasler).

O., p. 243. App. x., p. 6.



Vice-President, The

51

30

116

33

10,049

1901, Aug. 8.

Outram (Pollinger and C. Kaufmann).

O., p. 201.



Victoria (“Green”) Victoria, No.

51

23

116

18

11,355

1897, Aug. 5. 1900, Aug. 24.

Collie, Fay, Michael (Sarbach). J. and W. Outram, Scattergood (Clarke and Zurfluh).

C., p. 23. A. j. xix., p. 441. App. 0., p. 1. O., p. 85.



Wilcox

52

12

117

14

10,000c

1898, Aug. 23.

H. Woolley.

C., p. 123.



Wilson

52

02*

116

47*

11,000C

1902, Aug. 26.

Outram (C. Kaufmann).

O., p. 331.



Wind (“Windy”)

50

58

115

15

10,100*

1889.

Drewry.

Report of Dept, of Int. 1889, ii., p. 45.



Woolley

52

17

117

32

11,700C



[Unclimbed.]

C., p. 126. (Mentions naming.)