Stanley Peak (Ball Range)

Stanley Peak (Ball Range)

Infobox Mountain
Name = Stanley Peak
Photo = Stanley_Peak.jpg| Caption =Stanley Peak from Mt. Whymper, 2004
Elevation = convert|3155|m|ft|0
Location = British Columbia, Canada
Range = Ball Range
Prominence = convert|248|m|ft|0|abbr=on
Coordinates = coord|51|10|15|N|116|03|20|W|type:mountain_region:CA|display=inline,title
NTS 82N/01
First ascent =1901 by Edward Whymper and guides
Easiest route = Difficult scramble; UIAA III

Stanley Peak is a mountain located in the northeastern section of Kootenay National Park. The mountain was named in 1901 by Edward Whymper after Frederick Stanley, the sixth governor-general of Canada.

The peak is visible from the Trans-Canada Highway and Highway 93. Stanley Glacier on the northeast face of the peak can be seen up close by following a hiking trail into a hanging valley between the peak and a southern outlier of Storm Mountain.

Stanley Peak can be ascended from a scrambling route by late summer but involves much routefinding among the many ledges and gullies on the north face. Climbing routes (UIAA III) travel the north and northeast faces.

Other BC peak

There is another peak in British Columbia called Stanley Peak, located at coord|50|49|48|N|123|43|18|W|type:mountain_region:CA.

External links

* [ Stanley Peak] in the "Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia"
* [ Stanley Peak on PeakFinder]
* [ Stanley Peak on Peakware]

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