Mount Lyell (Canada)
|Alberta/British Columbia, Canada|
|Elevation||3,504 m (11,496 ft)|
|Prominence||1,078 m (3,537 ft)|
|Parent peak||Mount Forbes|
|Range||Lyell Group, Central Icefields
|Topo map||NTS 82N/14|
|First ascent||1902, James Outram, guided by Christian Kaufmann|
Mount Lyell is a mountain on the Alberta-British Columbia border, in western Canada. It is located on the Continental Divide, which forms the BC-Alberta boundary in this area, in Banff National Park. The mountain is the highest in the Lyell Group, a subrange of the Central Icefields in the Canadian Rockies.
The peak has a height of 3,504 m (11,496 ft). In 1972, five distinct peaks on Mt. Lyell were named for Swiss mountain guides. On the interprovincial boundary are Christian Peak, Ernest Peak, and Walter Peak named for Ernest [sic] Feuz, Walter Feuz and Christian Hässler. Located entirely in Alberta are Edward Peak and Rudolph Peak named for Edward [sic] Feuz and Rudolph Aemmer.
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