At an elevation of 2,200 m (7,218 ft.), and with a prominence of 216 m (709 ft.), Mount John Laurie, (Mount Yamnuska, as it is known by its Nakoda name), is situated very close to Calgary, in Alberta, Canada.
Mount John Laurie, so aptly named in 1961 after the founder of the Indian Association of Alberta, Mr. John Lee Laurie, is famously called, “the wall of stone.” It is because is described as a “flat-faced mountain.”
There's a trail called Yamnuska Traverse Trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Mount Yamnuska is
# 56 out of 64 in Bow Valley Wildland Provincial Park # 51 out of 75 in Bighorn # 32 out of 37 in the Fairholme Range
By prominence Mount Yamnuska is
# 21 out of 64 in Bow Valley Wildland Provincial Park # 25 out of 75 in Bighorn # 13 out of 37 in the Fairholme Range
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