Photo: Looking southwest to the north summit of Mount Rhondda (now officially known as Mount Habel) from the Icefields Parkway
- 3015 m (9,892ft)
- First Ascent
- Naming History
Located on the continental divide the mountain is in the centre of the Wapta Icefield; 3 km southwest of Mount Thompson; one km northwest of Mount Rhondda
Visible from Highway: 93N
Ascent Party: A. Geoffrion, J.W.A. Hickson
Ascent Guide: Edward Feuz jr.
Named by: Interprovincial Boundary Survey
Named for: Thomas, David Alfred First Viscount Baron Rhondda (David Thomas was a British parliamentarian who introduced an effective food rationing system in Britain during WW I.)
Mount Rhondda is generally referred to as having a north summit and a south summit. The north summit is now officially known as Mount Habel.