Mount Howard Douglas is a 2,877-metre (9,439-foot) mountain summit located immediately east of the Banff Sunshine ski resort in Banff National Park of Alberta, Canada. It was named for Howard Douglas (1850-1929), a park superintendent credited with greatly expanding its size. The mountain's name was officially adopted in 1958 when approved by the Geographical Names Board of Canada. Its nearest higher peak is Mount Bourgeau, 4.55 km (2.83 mi) to the north-northwest.
There's a trail called Mount Howard Douglas Route leading to the summit.
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