The Beehive (Alberta)

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The Beehive
Mirror Lake with Big Beehive - Banff (33183188493).jpg
Mirror Lake with Big Beehive
Highest point
Elevation2,270 m (7,450 ft) [1]
Coordinates51°24′50″N 116°14′35″W / 51.41389°N 116.24306°W / 51.41389; -116.24306Coordinates: 51°24′50″N 116°14′35″W / 51.41389°N 116.24306°W / 51.41389; -116.24306[1]
Geography
The Beehive is located in Alberta
The Beehive
The Beehive
Location in Alberta
LocationAlberta, Canada
Parent rangeBow Range
Topo mapNTS 82N/08
Climbing
First ascent1891 by Samuel Allen[1]
Easiest routeHike

The Beehive is a mountain located in Banff National Park of Alberta, Canada. It was named by J. Willoughby Astley in 1890 because the mountain resembles a beehive.[1] The mountain is also known as the Big Beehive as there is a smaller beehive shaped mountain nearby called the Little Beehive.

The mountain is located above Lake Louise and can be accessed via hiking trails either from Lake Louise or Lake Agnes.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "The Beehive". PeakFinder. Retrieved 2009-02-21.