Mount Bowlen is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia and forms part of the Valley of the Ten Peaks. It was named in 1953 after John J. Bowlen, a native of Prince Edward Island, successful Alberta rancher, honorary chief of the Blackfoot, and a Lieutenant Governor of Alberta. Its former name was "Yamnee", which translates to the number 3 in the local Nakoda (Stoney) language.
There's a trail called Mount Bowlen Route leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Neil Colgan Hut located 336m/1 102ft SSE of the summit.
By elevation Mount Bowlen is
# 95 out of 677 in Regional District of East Kootenay # 17 out of 65 in Kootenay National Park # 31 out of 81 in the Bow Range
By prominence Mount Bowlen is
# 54 out of 65 in Kootenay National Park # 44 out of 81 in the Bow Range
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