Indian Ridge
2752m (9029ft.)

Located Miette River Valley east of head of Muigan Creek; north buttress of Indian Pass. Jasper Park, Alberta Major headwater Athabasca River.
Latitude 52; 49; 05 Longitude 118; 10; 35, Topo map 83D/16

Named by Morrison P. Bridgland in 1916. The ridge was named because of its red rock. Official name.

Photo: Indian Ridge from the northeast on The Whistlers (courtesy Alan Kane)
Photo: Looking southwest to Indian Ridge from The Whistlers (courtesy Sonny Bou)

Scrambling Routes
Mostly an off-trail hike to summit; easy scrambling if traversed. Close to the Jasper townsite, Indian Ridge is an easy, scenic jaunt that benefits from the popular Whistlers tram. From the upper tram station, the entire trip rambles above tree line granting an expansive view of peaks and lakes. Whether you traverse it or simply hike to the highest point, it's worth buying a lift ticket. For purists considering hiking up to the Whistlers rather than riding the tram, there are NO free rides back down. Try this trip from mid-June on. Kane, Scrambles in the Canadian Rockies page 316

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