Belmore Browne Peak
2332m (7650ft.)

Located north and west of the headwaters of Jumpingpound Creek; 6 km north of Mount Bryant. Kananaskis Park, Alberta
Latitude 50; 57; 17 Longitude 114; 59; 24, Topo map 82J/15

Naming: Browne, Belmore (Belmore Browne was an acclaimed American landscape and wildlife artist as well as a climber and explorer.) Official name.

Photo: Looking northwest to Belmore Brown Peak (courtesy Sonny Bou)

Other Information
Photo: Looking south to Belmore Brown Peak (courtesy Eric Macht)

This low outlier of the Fisher Range is quite prominent from the Powderface Trail.

Belmore Browne (1880-1954) climbed and explored extensively, was a founding member of the American Alpine Club, co-established Mount McKinley National Park, and came within 40 metres of making the first ascent of the highest peak in North Americain 1912. But he and his family also spent thirty years wandering over the ridges of the Jumpingpound and Elbow area. They spent their summers in Banff from 1920 until 1943. [Gillean Daffern]

*A hiking route to the summit is described in Gillean Daffern’s Kananaskis Country Trail Guide Volume 2.

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