Columbia Icefield Glacier Skywalk

Incredible Jasper National Park landscape views from the Glacier Skywalk and transfer from Columbia Icefield. Discover the awe-inspiring mountain scenery and massive glaciers of Alberta's Rocky Mountain region on this Columbia Icefields tour.

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Book Jasper National Park Adventures and Attractions. Jasper National Park, located in the province of Alberta, Canada, is one of the largest and most northerly of the Rocky Mountain national parks, offering a sublime expanse of untamed wilderness for visitors to explore.

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Glacier Skywalk

Admission to the Glacier Skywalk in Jasper National Park. Admire panoramic views of glacial valleys and snow-capped peaks and learn about the geology, ecology, biology and Aboriginal history of the glacial region from the interpretive displays that line the Skywalk.

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Columbia Icefield Mount King Edward

Highest point
Elevation 3,490 m (11,450 ft)
Prominence 770 m (2,530 ft)

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Mount King Edward

Canada Highest Major Mountain Peaks

Coordinates 52°09′23″N 117°31′10″W

Mount King Edward Geography

Mount King Edward is located in Alberta
Location in Alberta
Location Alberta-British Columbia, Canada
Parent range Park Ranges ← Canadian Rockies
Topo map NTS 83C4 Clemenceau Icefield

Climbing Mount King Edward

First ascent 1924 by J.W.A. Hickson, Howard Palmer, guided by Conrad Kain
Easiest route rock/snow climb

Mount King Edward is a mountain located at the head of the Athabasca River valley in Jasper National Park, Canada. Mt. King Edward is situated on the Continental Divide with Mt. Columbia 5.5km (3.4 mi) east. Mount King Edward was named in 1906 by Mary Schäffer Warren after King Edward VII.

Mt. King Edward should not be confused with King Edward Peak, 2,789 m (9,150 ft), just north of the US border, although it too was named after King Edward.

The mountain was first climbed in 1924 by J. W. A. Hickson, Howard Palmer, guided by Conrad Kain A. Carpe and H. Palmer made an attempt on the West face in 1920 but only managed to reached 10,800 ft (3,290 m).

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