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Climbs 2
Rocktype Shale
Altitude 3619m a.s.l
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Mount Alberta is the highest point in the Winston Churchill Range. Mount Alberta, one of the last major summits of the Canadian Rockies to be reached, isn't visible from any road, even today. Even by its easiest route, this peak remains a major undertaking for the modern climber. It has a long and strenuous approach over Wooley Shoulder, devious routefinding to get to the base of the technical climbing, and many pitches of challenging rock on the notoriously unstable Rockies shale.

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