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Photo: Looking north to Cyclone Mountain (left), the Drummond Glacier and Mount Drummond from Merlin Ridge (Ken Jones Collection)

Cyclone Mountain

  • 3050 m (10,007ft)
  • First Ascent
  • Naming History
  • Hiking and Trails
51.5686N -116.071W
Located south of Drummond Glacier; on the upper Little Pipestone Creek north of Skoki Mountain

Province: Alberta
Park: Banff
Headwater: Bow
Visible from Highway: 1
Ascent Date: 1910
Ascent Party: J.W.A. Hickson
Ascent Guide: Edward Feuz sr., Edward Feuz jr.
Year Named: 1910
Named by: J.W.A. Hickson
Named for: A storm was raging on the mountain when its name was chosen. J.W.A. Hickson, E. Feuz sr., and E. Feuz jr. were looking for a route on the mountain at the time.
Popular Hike: Skoki

Photo: Looking northwest to Cyclone Mountain from near Red Deer Lakes (courtesy Garry Sargenia)

Looking northeast to Cyclone Mountain from the Trans-Canada Highway