Tonsa, or Tonsa Peak, is a 3,053-metre (10,016 ft) mountain summit located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia on the Continental Divide in the Canadian Rockies. The mountain forms part of the backdrop to Moraine Lake in the Valley of the Ten Peaks of Banff National Park. It was named in 1894 by Samuel E.S. Allen for the Stoney Indian word for the number four.
The nearest mountain hut is Neil Colgan Hut located 822m/2 696ft E of the summit.
By elevation Tonsa Peak is
# 19 out of 65 in Kootenay National Park # 33 out of 81 in the Bow Range
By prominence Tonsa Peak is
# 50 out of 65 in Kootenay National Park # 36 out of 81 in the Bow Range
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