Mount Bryce is a mountain at the southwestern corner of the Columbia Icefield, in British Columbia, Canada, near the border with Alberta. It can be seen from the Icefields Parkway.
The mountain was named in 1898 by J. Norman Collie after Viscount James Bryce, who was President of the Alpine Club in London at the time.
Mount Bryce is the fifteenth-highest peak in British Columbia. However, it is more notable for its large local relief above the nearby valleys to the south, east, and west. To the north it is connected by ridges to the Columbia Icefield. The mountain is rarely climbed due to difficult access although recently-built logging roads are alleviating some of the access problems.
By elevation Mount Bryce is
# 13 out of 2255 in the Canadian Rockies # 64 out of 27097 in Canada # 6 out of 767 in Columbia-Shuswap Regional District # 17 out of 8219 in British Columbia # 5 out of 22 in the Columbia Icefield
By prominence Mount Bryce is
# 30 out of 2255 in the Canadian Rockies # 18 out of 767 in Columbia-Shuswap Regional District # 2 out of 22 in the Columbia Icefield
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