Anthozoan Mountain
2695m (8842ft.)

Located in the upper Baker Creek headwaters. Slate Range, Banff Park, Alberta
Latitude 51; 27; 45 Longitude 116; 01; 40, Topo map 82N/08

Named in 1925. A fossilized coral known as anthozoan is found in the Devonian limestone of the mountain. Official name.

Photo: Brachiopod Mountain (left) and Anthozoan Mountain from the northwest on Deception Pass (courtesy Alan Kane)

Other Information
Photo: Looking south to Brachiopod Mountain with Anthozoan Mountain beyond from Fossil Mountain (courtesy Vern De Wit)

Together with Brachiopod Mountain which lies immediately to the north of it, Anthozoad Mountain forms a long north-south oriented ridge to the west of upper Baker Creek.
Scrambling Routes
Easy scrambles via the west slopes. Neither of these objectives poses any difficulty, and each is readily ascended by west-facing scree slopes. With a camp at Baker Lake, both can be done in one day and you'll be back in time for dinner. Each of these summits is a good argument for use of ski poles because of the looseness of the terrain. Try from July on. Kane, Scrambles in the Canadian Rockies page 256

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