Mountains in Alberta's Rockies
Magnificent mountains in Alberta's Rockies. This region of the Canadian Rockies is renowned for its stunning landscapes, alpine environments, and opportunities for outdoor adventure.
Mount Columbia Located in Jasper National Park, Mount Columbia is the highest peak in Alberta's Rockies, reaching an elevation of 3,747 meters (12,293 feet).
Mount Alberta Situated in Jasper National Park, Mount Alberta is renowned for its challenging climbing routes and stands at an elevation of 3,619 meters (11,873 feet).
Mount Assiniboine Although primarily in British Columbia, Mount Assiniboine straddles the border with Alberta. It is often referred to as the "Matterhorn of the Rockies" due to its distinctive pyramidal shape. Its elevation is 3,618 meters (11,870 feet).
Mount Temple Located in Banff National Park, Mount Temple is one of the most prominent and recognizable peaks in the Canadian Rockies, standing at 3,543 meters (11,624 feet).
Mount Edith Cavell Situated in Jasper National Park, Mount Edith Cavell is known for its picturesque hanging glaciers and stunning views. Its elevation is 3,363 meters (11,033 feet).
Mount Robson Although mostly in British Columbia, Mount Robson is a significant peak visible from Alberta. It is the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, reaching an elevation of 3,954 meters (12,972 feet).
Mount Rundle Located near the town of Banff, Mount Rundle is an iconic landmark in the region. It consists of several peaks, with the highest point standing at 2,948 meters (9,704 feet).
Mount Athabasca Situated in Jasper National Park, Mount Athabasca is a popular destination for mountaineering and skiing. Its elevation is 3,491 meters (11,453 feet).
Mount Andromeda Adjacent to Mount Athabasca, Mount Andromeda is known for its steep and challenging slopes. It stands at an elevation of 3,450 meters (11,319 feet).
Mount Joffre Found in Kananaskis Country, Mount Joffre is part of the Front Ranges. It is named after Joseph Joffre, a French general from World War I. Its elevation is 3,450 meters (11,319 feet).