At an elevation of 2,962 m (9,718 ft.), and with a prominence of 433 m (1,421 ft.), Mumm Peak is on the border of British Columbia and Alberta, in Canada. Mumm Peak was named after. Arnold L. Mumm (1859 – 1928), who explored the Canadian Rockies and other mountains worldwide. He was also a member of the Alpine Club of Canada, and wrote and published books on his explorations. (Books: Five Months in the Himalaya: A Record of Mountain Travel in Garhwal and Kashmir – 1909. The Alpine Club Register - 1857-1863.) J. Norman Collie was so kind as to name the mountain in 1910 after Mr. Mumm.