Mount Mangin
3057m (10030ft.)

Located on the continental divide between Mangin Glacier and Joffre Creek. Kananaskis Park, Alberta/BC border. Major headwaters Bow & Kootenay rivers.
Latitude 50; 32; 30 Longitude 115; 13; 40, Topo map 82J/11
Can be seen from Highway 40S

Named in 1918. Mangin, Charles Emmanuel (A French soldier, General Mangin was a successful commander during WW I and later presided over the Supreme Council for National Defence.) Official name.

First ascended in 1928 by J.W.A. Hickson, guided by Edward Feuz jr.. Journal reference AAJ 1-2, CAJ 17-30.

Photo: Mount Mangin from Highway #40, 1.5 km south of the junction with Kananaskis Lakes Trail
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Photo: Mount Mangin (left) and Mount Cordonnier from Highway #40

A distant view of Mount Mangin to the south (left) and Mount Cordonnier (right) may be enjoyed from Hwy. #40, between 1.5 km and 2.5 km south of the junction with the road to Kananaskis Lakes. The peaks are about 20 km distant. From the highway, one is looking up the valley of Foch Creek below Aster Lake.
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