|Elevation||3,361 m (11,027 ft) |
|Prominence||1,608 m (5,276 ft) |
|Parent range||Canadian Rockies|
|Topo map||NTS 83C/12|
|First ascent||1926 J. Hickson; H. Palmer; H. Fuhrer|
|Easiest route||South-West Face (Normal Route) II 5.4
West Ridge Direct III 5.8
Mount Fryatt is Alberta's 26th highest peak. In 1920, it was named after Captain Charles Fryatt, a British merchant seaman who was executed by the Germans during World War I. It lies within peaks that are between the Athabasca and Whirlpool Rivers in Jasper National Park.
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- Place-names of Alberta. Ottawa: Geographic Board of Canada. 1928. p. 55.
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