Mount Greenock
2065m (6775ft.)

Located in the Athabasca River Valley, east of Vine Creek and west of Snake Indian River Valley. De Smet Range, Jasper Park, Alberta Major headwater Athabasca River.
Latitude 53; 06; 20 Longitude 118; 05; 05, Topo map 83E/01

Panorama viewpoint: Roche a Perdrix. Can be seen from Highway 16

Named by Morrison P. Bridgland in 1916. The mountain has a rounded peak. "Greenoch" means "sunny knoll" in Gaelic. Official name.

Photo: Mount Greenock from the east on Highway #16

Other Information
Photo: Looking northwest to Mount Greenock from Cinqufoil Ridge (courtesy Sonny Bou)

Mount Greenock is the small, rounded rise on the southern end of Roche de Smet. In Gaelic, "greenoch" means sunny knoll so perhaps Morrison Bridgland, who named it in 1916, climbed to this spot on a sunny afternoon.
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