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Little Alberta

  • 2956 m (9,700ft)
  • First Ascent
  • Naming History
52.2736N -117.438W
Located east of the head of Habel Creek:

Range: Winston Churchill
Province: Alberta
Park: Jasper
Headwater: Athabasca
Ascent Date: 1924
Ascent Guide: Conrad Kain
Year Named: 1984
Named for: The mountain was named for its proximity to Mount Alberta.

A narrow, rocky shoulder of Little Alberta is the site of the Lloyd MacKay Hut, one of a series operated and maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada. With sleeping facilities for only six people, this small building is surrounded by some of the most spectacularly rugged terrain in all of the Canadian Rockies.