|Map of Canadian Rockies|
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|Other Ranges: To go to pages for other ranges either click on the map above, or on range names in the hierarchy snapshot below, which show the parent, siblings, and children of the Canadian Rockies.|
Major Peaks of the Canadian Rockies
|Ten Highest Peaks|
|1.||Mount Robson||3959||12,989||Northern Continental Ranges|
|2.||Mount Columbia||3741||12,274||Central Main Ranges|
|3.||North Twin||3733||12,247||Central Main Ranges|
|4.||Mount Clemenceau||3664||12,021||Central Main Ranges|
|5.||Twins Tower||3627||11,900||Central Main Ranges|
|6.||Mount Forbes||3617||11,867||Central Main Ranges|
|7.||Mount Assiniboine||3616||11,864||Southern Continental Ranges|
|8.||Mount Alberta||3600+||11,811+||Central Main Ranges|
|9.||South Twin||3581||11,749||Central Main Ranges|
|10.||Mount Goodsir||3567||11,703||Southern Continental Ranges|
|Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.|
Photos of Peaks in the Canadian Rockies
|Mount Columbia: The summit pyramid of Mount Columbia rises from the relatively flat expanse of a lobe of its namesake icefield.|
|Mount Athabasca: Mount Athabasca and the Columbia Icefield are barely visible through the clouds in this view from Mount Wilcox.|
|Mount Wilcox: Mount Wilcox rises from the broad, gentle meadows of Wilcox Pass.|
|Pyramid Mountain: Although a relatively low summit, Pyramid Peak dominates the view from Jasper.|
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