Banded Peak is a 2,934-metre (9,626-foot) summit located in the Elbow River valley of Kananaskis Country in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. Banded Peak has a distinctive limestone cliff band which gave it its descriptive name. Its name has been used since around 1896. The peak is visible from Highway 66, weather permitting. The mountain's name became official in 1951 by the Geographical Names Board of Canada.
There's a trail called Banded Peak Trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Banded Peak is
# 10 out of 73 in Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park # 19 out of 88 in Elbow-Sheep Wildland Provincial Park # 65 out of 370 in Kananaskis Improvement District # 13 out of 33 in the Opal Range
By prominence Banded Peak is
# 28 out of 73 in Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park # 22 out of 88 in Elbow-Sheep Wildland Provincial Park # 93 out of 370 in Kananaskis Improvement District # 11 out of 33 in the Opal Range
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