|Range/Region:||Central Montana Rockies|
|Best months for climbing:||Jul, Aug|
|Year first climbed:||1923|
|First successful climber(s):||Norman Clyde|
|Nearest major airport:||Kalispell, Montana|
|Convenient Center:||St. Mary, Montana|
Thanks to Fred Spicker for adding this peak.
Mount Wilbur is located about three miles west of Swiftcurrent Lake in the northeast part of Glacier National Park.
The most striking feature of Mount Wilbur is its imposing east face rising above the Swiftcurrent drainage. Iceberg Lake is located at the base of the shear wide north-northwest face. The broad south face is not as steep over most of its height as the north and east faces. All of the faces become nearly vertical toward the top making Mount Wilbur one of the more challenging peaks in Glacier National Park.
There are three well-established routes on the east face. Other routes are rarely climbed.
Thanks to Fred Spicker for this description.