Mount Robertson

Located directly northeast of Mount Sir Douglas between the Robertson and French Glaciers, and the Haig Glacier lies to the southeast. It is a narrow mountain with very steep east and west faces. The east side can be approached from French Creek and French Glacier, and the west side from the Burstall Pass Trail then turning left up the valley to the Robertson Glacier at the gravel flats.

Named in 1918 after Sir William Robert Robertson who served as Chief of the Imperial Staff during World War I.

Elevation (feet): 10,423
Elevation (meters): 3,177
Continent: North America
Country: Canada
Range/Region: Canadian Rockies
Province: Alberta/British Columbia
Latitude: 50.7264
Longitude: -115.321
Best months for climbing: Jul, Aug, Sep
Year first climbed: 1928
First successful climber(s): J.W.A. Hickson and Edward Feuz Jr. (CAJ 12-50, 13-7, 17-35; AAJ 1-5)
Nearest major airport: Calgary International Airport
Convenient Center: Calgary/Canmore

Thanks to Kevin Altheim for adding this peak.

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