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Photo: Leman Lake in the upper Spray valley from Burstall Pass

Burstall Pass

  • 2362 m (7750ft)
  • Naming History
  • Peaks and Rivers
50.7611N 115.3736W
Province: Alberta
Park: Kananaskis/Banff
Year Named:
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Named for: The pass likely takes its name from the Burstall Lakes. Lt. General Sir E.H. Burstall was the Commander of Canadian troops during WW I.
Mountain (NW): Snow Peak
Mountain (SE):
Headwaters (NE): Burstall Creek
Headwaters (SW): Spray River

The high country in the vicinity of this pass provides an excellent view of Mount Sir Douglas to the south.