Mount Inglismaldie

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Mount Inglismaldie
Mts Inglismaldie Girouard.jpg
Mount Inglismaldie (left) and Mount Girouard (right)
Highest point
Elevation2,964 m (9,724 ft) [1]
Prominence160 m (520 ft) [2]
Coordinates51°14′30″N 115°25′15″W / 51.24167°N 115.42083°W / 51.24167; -115.42083Coordinates: 51°14′30″N 115°25′15″W / 51.24167°N 115.42083°W / 51.24167; -115.42083[1]
Geography
Mount Inglismaldie is located in Alberta
Mount Inglismaldie
Mount Inglismaldie
Location in Alberta
LocationAlberta, Canada
Parent rangeFairholme Range
Topo mapNTS 82O/03
Climbing
First ascent1933[1]
Easiest routeScramble

Mount Inglismaldie is the second highest peak of the Fairholme Range in Banff National Park. It is located immediately west of Mount Girouard in the Bow River valley south of Lake Minnewanka.

The mountain was named in 1886 by superintendent George A. Stewart after Inglismaldie Castle in Kincardineshire, Scotland.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Mount Inglismaldie". PeakFinder. Archived from the original on 2006-02-23. Retrieved 2004-09-29.
  2. ^ "Mount Inglismaldie". Bivouac.com. Retrieved 2006-09-27.

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