Storm Mountain (Alberta)


Storm Mountain (Alberta)

Infobox Mountain
Name = Storm Mountain
Photo = Arethusa-Storm-Mist-Highwood-aerial.jpg
Caption = Arethusa, Storm, and Mist Mountain from the north
Elevation = convert|3095|m|ft|0|lk=onCite web|url=http://www.rmbooks.com/peakfinder/peakfinder.ASP?PeakName=Storm+Mountain| title=Storm Mountain (Kananaskis)| author=PeakFinder|accessdate=2007-09-03]
Location = flag|Alberta CAN
Range = Misty Range
Prominence =
Coordinates = coord|50.5844|N|114.9405|W|type:mountain_region:CA
Topographic
NTS 82J/10
First ascent =
Easiest route = scramble

Storm Mountain is a mountain in the Alberta's Rockies, Canada.

It is located alongside Highway 40, southwest of the Highwood Pass parking lot in Kananaskis Country, and is part of the Misty Range of the Canadian Rockies. It is identifiable as the tall peak between Mount Arethusa and Mist Mountain at the far south end of the Misty Range.

It was named by George Mercer Dawson in 1884, for the storm clouds he saw on the summit.

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