Sunburst Peak
2830m (9285ft.)

Located west of Lake Magog immeditely southeast of Sunburst Lake. Assiniboine Park, Major headwater Kootenay River.
Latitude 50; 54; 10 Longitude 115; 39; 30, Topo map 82J/13

Named in 1953. The mountain takes its name from nearby Sunburst Lake which was named by the Interprovincial Boundary Survey. Official name. Other names Goat's Tower

First ascended in 1910 by T.G. Longstaff, Katherine Longstaff, guided by Rudolph Aemmer. Journal reference CAJ 3-175.

Photo: Sunburst Peak from Sunburst Lake (courtesy Bob Evans)
More photos
Photo: Mount Assiniboine (left), Sunburst Peak, and The Marshall from the north (courtesy Dan Neil -Cloud to Ground Panoramas)

Climbing Routes
North-East Face/Ridge II 5.5
This is a short route though the face it climbs is quite impressive. Being quartzite, the rock is generally very good, giving excellent protection and solid belays. The climbing is typically 5.2 - 5.4. Numerous variations are possible, particularly at the bottom and top of the route. Dougherty, Selected Alpine Climbs page 30
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