Mount Albert Edward is the sixth highest peak on Vancouver Island and one of the most easily accessible. Located in Strathcona Provincial Park, the mountain is a popular destination both in summer for hikers and in winter for skiers and snowshoers. The mountain is named for Albert Edward, the Prince of Wales, later Edward VII
There's an alpine trail (T4) called Albert Edward Route leading to the summit.
By elevation Mount Albert Edward is
# 1 out of 41 in Comox Valley Regional District # 3 out of 79 in Strathcona Provincial Park # 4 out of 1493 in the Northwest Coast Islands
By prominence Mount Albert Edward is
# 1 out of 41 in Comox Valley Regional District # 3 out of 79 in Strathcona Provincial Park # 20 out of 1493 in the Northwest Coast Islands
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