Warwick Mountain
2906m (9535ft.)

Located in the Athabasca River Valley south of Warwick Creek. Jasper Park, Alberta Major headwater Athabasca River.
Latitude 52; 14; 00 Longitude 117; 33; 40, Topo map 83C/04

Named by Arthur O. Wheeler in 1919. Wheeler wrote, "Owing to the fact of its highly castellated appearance and its close proximity to Mt. King Edward, it was named Warwick Mountain" (after the castle in England). Official name.

First ascended in 1919 by Interprovincial Boundary Commission

Other Information

Arthur O. Wheeler wrote of this mountain, “Near the head of the (Athabasca) valley a striking castellated peak stands in an isolated position. It has a very prominent tower at its apex…”

The Interprovincial Boundary Survey Report refers to, "a high, terraced peak standing out prominently in the (Athabasca) valley at the final fork of the river, which has been named Warwick Mountain."

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