Mont Albert is a mountain in the Chic-Choc range in the Gaspésie National Park in the Gaspé Peninsula of eastern Quebec, Canada. At 1,151 m (3,776 ft), it is one of the highest mountains in southern Quebec, and is popular for hiking.
Mount Albert was named in honour of Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, husband of Queen Victoria, because geologist Alexander Murray made the first recorded ascent of the mountain on the Prince's birthday, 26 Aug. 1845.
By elevation Sommet Albert Sud is
# 9 out of 8755 in the Canadian Appalachians # 16 out of 3496 in Quebec # 9 out of 121 in La Haute-Gaspésie # 9 out of 49 in Parc national de la Gaspésie # 9 out of 701 in the Notre Dame Mountains
By prominence Sommet Albert Sud is
# 3 out of 8755 in the Canadian Appalachians # 6 out of 3496 in Quebec # 2 out of 121 in La Haute-Gaspésie # 2 out of 49 in Parc national de la Gaspésie # 2 out of 701 in the Notre Dame Mountains # 33 out of 39823 in the Appalachian Mountains
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