|Elevation||3,125 m (10,253 ft) |
|Prominence||39 m (128 ft) |
|Parent range||Ball Range|
|Topo map||NTS 82N/01|
|First ascent||1912 by J.P. Forde, Beatrice Shultz, and party|
Beatrice Peak is a peak located on the Continental Divide on the border of Banff and Kootenay National Parks, between Stanley Peak and Mount Ball. The mountain was named in 1912 by the Alpine Club of Canada after Beatrice Shultz who climbed the mountain that year.
The scrambling route to Mt. Ball includes the ascent of Beatrice Peak.
- "Beatrice Peak". PeakFinder.com. - photos
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