Mount Columbia is the highest point in Alberta, Canada. It is second only to Mount Robson for height and topographical prominence in the Canadian Rockies. It is located on the border between Alberta and British Columbia on the northern edge of the Columbia Icefield. Its highest point, however, lies within Jasper National Park in Alberta.
The mountain was named in 1898 by J. Norman Collie after the Columbia River. The river itself was named after the American ship Columbia Rediviva captained by Robert Gray, who first ventured over a dangerous sandbar and explored the lower reaches of the river in 1792. Mount Columbia was first ascended in 1902 by James Outram, guided by Christian Kaufmann.
There's a trail called Mount Columbia Route leading to the summit.
By elevation Mount Columbia is
# 2 out of 2255 in the Canadian Rockies # 32 out of 27097 in Canada # 1 out of 767 in Columbia-Shuswap Regional District # 6 out of 8219 in British Columbia # 1 out of 1917 in Alberta # 1 out of 383 in Jasper National Park # 1 out of 22 in the Columbia Icefield
By prominence Mount Columbia is
# 2 out of 2255 in the Canadian Rockies # 17 out of 27097 in Canada # 2 out of 767 in Columbia-Shuswap Regional District # 11 out of 8219 in British Columbia # 1 out of 1917 in Alberta # 1 out of 383 in Jasper National Park # 1 out of 22 in the Columbia Icefield
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