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Alberta Census Division High Points

RankCensus DivisionPeak Elev-M Range (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Div. 15 - BanffMount Columbia3741Central Main Ranges 
2.Div. 09 - Rocky Mountain HouseMount Cline3361Central Front Ranges 
3.Div. 14 - EdsonMount Chown-Southwest Peak3180Northern Continental Ranges 
4.Div. 03 - Fort MacleodMount Blakiston2932Glacier National Park Ranges 
5.Div. 18 - Grande CacheDivision 18 High Point2469Northern Continental Ranges 
6.Div. 06 - CalgaryBlue Ridge-South Slope1798Southern Continental Ranges 
7.Div. 01 - Medicine HatCypress Hills High Point1468Canadian Great Plains 
8.Div. 17 - Slave LakeSwan Hills-East Summit1356Canadian Great Plains 
9.Div. 02 - LethbridgeBoundary Monument 3201343Canadian Great Plains 
10.Div. 13 - AthabascaDivision 13 High Point1250Canadian Great Plains 
11.Div. 08 - Red DeerMedicine Lodge Hills High Point1113Canadian Great Plains 
12.Div. 05 - DrumhellerMother Mountain1097Canadian Great Plains 
13.Div. 11 - EdmontonDivision 11 High Point1082Canadian Great Plains 
14.Div. 04 - HannaDivision 4 High Point1052Canadian Great Plains 
15.Div. 19 - Grande PrairieSaddle Hills High Point991Canadian Great Plains 
16.Div. 16 - Fort McMurrayWood Buffalo National Park High Point966Canadian Great Plains 
17.Div. 07 - StettlerDivision 7 High Point945Canadian Great Plains 
18.Div. 10 - CamroseDivision 10 High Point899Canadian Great Plains 
19.Div. 12 - St. PaulDivision 12 High Point861Canadian Great Plains 

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List Description

This is a provisional list. Many of the points in the prairies have not been checked or verified. Climb them at your own risk--a higher point may exist elsewhere.

 


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