Buller Mountain
2805m (9203ft.)

Located southeast of Spray Lakes Reservoir, five km southeast of Mount Nestor; north and west of Buller Creek. Kananaskis Range, Kananaskis Park, Alberta
Latitude 50; 53; 25 Longitude 115; 18; 50, Topo map 82J/14
Can be seen from Highway 742

Named in 1922. Buller, Lieutenant Colonel H.C. DSO (Attached to the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, Lt. Col. Buller was killed in WW I.) Official name.

First ascended in 1956 by B. Fraser, M. Hicks, J. Gorril

Photo: Looking north-northeast to Buller Mountain from the Smith-Dorrien Road at Rummel Creek
Looking east to Buller Mountain from the Smith-Dorrien Road

Scrambling Routes
A moderate scramble if upper slabs are snowfree and dry; brief exposure. Mount Buller is readily accessible via a good hiking trail or an open gully. This Kananaskis peak is not likely to be crowded and the view warrants at least one visit. Try from about June on. Kane, Scrambles in the Canadian Rockies page 95

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