Mount Columbia is the highest point in Alberta, Canada and the second highest peak in the Canadian Rockies. The mountain was named in 1898 by J. Norman Collie after the Columbia River.
|Elevation:||3,747 meters / 12,294 feet|
|Latitude:||52° 08′ 50″ N|
|Longitude:||117° 26′ 10″ W|
|Range:||Sir Winston Churchill range|
|First ascent:||1902 by James Outram, guided by Christian Kaufmann|
|Routes:||East Face (normal route), non-technical; North Ridge V 5.7 W3|