E face of Wooley
|Elevation||3,405 m (11,171 ft) |
|Prominence||565 m (1,854 ft) |
|Listing||Mountains of Alberta|
|Parent range||Winston Churchill Range|
|Topo map||NTS 83C/06|
|First ascent||11:20 on July 28,1925, by a Japanese team (Six Japanese men including Yūkō Maki and three men from Switzerland)|
|Easiest route||rock/snow climb|
Mount Woolley is a mountain in Alberta, Canada, located in the Sunwapta River Valley of Jasper National Park, 1½ km south of Diadem Peak and is part of Winston Churchill Range of the Canadian Rockies.
The mountain was named in 1898 by J. Norman Collie after Herman Woolley. Woolley, a former football player, climbed extensively with Collie during his 1898 and 1902 expeditions into the Canadian Rockies.
The first ascent was made in 1925 by a Japanese team consisting of S. Hashimoto, H. Hatano, T. Hayakawa, Y. Maki, Y. Mita and N. Okabe. They were guided by Hans Fuhrer, H. Kohler and J. Weber.
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