Canadian RockiesThe Canadian Rockies comprise the Canadian segment of the North American Rocky Mountains range. The southern end in Alberta and British Columbia borders Idaho and Montana of the USA. The northern end, also in Alberta and British Columbia, borders Alaska.
|Mount Robson||3,954 m||12,972'||highest point|
|Mount Columbia||3,747 m||12,293'||highest point in Alberta|
|North Twin||3,719 m||12,200'|
|Mount Clemenceau||3,658 m||12,001'|
|Mount Alberta||3,619 m||11,873'|
|Mount Forbes||3,612 m||11,850'|
|South Twin||3,549 m||11,675'|
|Mount Temple||3,543 m||11,624'||highest point near Lake Louise|
|Mount Brazeau||3,525 m||11,565'|
|Snow Dome||3,520 m||11,548'|
|Mount Bryce||3,507 m||11,506'|
|Mount Hungabee||3,492 m||11,456'|
|Mount Athabasca||3,491 m||11,453'|
|Mount Joffre||3,449 m||11,316'|
|Mount Edith Cavell||3,363 m||11,033'|
For those interested in scrambling up peaks of the Canadian Rockies, check out Scrambles in the Canadian Rockies. Note that of the mountains listed above, only Mt. Temple has an established scrambling route. All other mountains (including other routes up Mt. Temple), require more mountaineering skills and experience.
For hikers and backpackers, The Canadian Rockies Trail Guide is the original and definitive reference guide book.
See also: List of mountains