Mount Chester is a mountain located in the Smith-Dorrien Creek Valley of Kananaskis in the Canadian Rockies. The mountain was named in 1917 after HMS Chester, which was severely damaged in the Battle of Jutland.
Chester Lake is located in a small valley just northwest of the base of the mountain.
There's a trail called Mount Chester Route leading to the summit.
By elevation Mount Chester is
# 20 out of 91 in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park # 34 out of 370 in Kananaskis Improvement District # 10 out of 52 in the Kananaskis Range
By prominence Mount Chester is
# 18 out of 91 in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park # 55 out of 370 in Kananaskis Improvement District # 9 out of 52 in the Kananaskis Range
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