Pulpit Peak Statistics


What are the activities at Pulpit Peak ?

Hiking


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Why choose a trail at Pulpit Peak?

Pulpit Peak is a mountain located in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. It is part of the Sawback Range and is situated immediately east of Mount Rundle. The mountain was named by James Hector in 1858 for its resemblance to a pulpit.

Pulpit Peak is a popular destination for climbers and hikers. The peak can be reached via the North Ridge Route, which is a Class 3 scramble. The summit offers excellent views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.



What are the services on site?

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Rate & open hour

Access fee $ 0.00
Schedule

From sunrise to sunset

Coordinates
51.5683333 -116.3683333

What are the coordinates and address of Pulpit Peak?

Pulpit Peak
Pulpit Peak, Alberta T0L, Canada

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Starting Point

The start of the trails at the Pulpit Peak in Alberta can be accessed from the town of Canmore.

Why visit Pulpit Peak

The Pulpit Peak is a mountain located in the Canadian Rockies, in Alberta. It's one of the most popular peaks in the area for climbers, as it offers a challenging and rewarding climb. The views from the summit are stunning, and include a panorama of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

Is Pulpit Peak in Alberta a good place for the whole family?

There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on the individual and/or family in question. Some families may find Pulpit Peak a great place to visit, while others may not enjoy it as much.

Things not to be missed

Near Pulpit Peak in Alberta, the best activities to enjoy are hiking, camping, and fishing. Some things not to be missed are the incredible views from the summit of the peak and the beautiful scenery along the hike.

1. Hiking - The Pulpit Peak hike is a moderate to difficult hike that offers stunning views of the surrounding area.

2. Wildlife Viewing - The area around Pulpit Peak is home to a variety of wildlife, including elk, deer, and bears.

3. Camping - There are several camping areas near Pulpit Peak that offer great views and opportunities for wildlife viewing.

4. Fishing - The area around Pulpit Peak is home to a variety of fish, including trout and salmon.

5. Photography - The scenery around Pulpit Peak is perfect for photography enthusiasts.

Where to eat?

1. The Pulpit Peak Lookout – This is a great place to eat if you are looking for a view. The food is basic but it is a great place to get a bite to eat while enjoying the scenery.

2. The Pulpit Creek Campground – This campground has a small store that sells snacks and drinks. It is a great place to stop if you are on a road trip and need a quick snack.

3. The Ghost River Wilderness Area – This area is known for its hiking trails and beautiful scenery. There are no restaurants in the area, but there are plenty of places to find a spot to have a picnic.

4. The Waterton Lakes National Park – This park is known for its beautiful lakes and mountains. There are several restaurants in the park, but there are also plenty of places to find a spot to have a picnic.

5. The town of Cardston – This town is home to the world’s largest temple built by the Mormon Church. There are several restaurants in the town, as well as a grocery store if you need to pick up some supplies.




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Is the place are families friendly?

No

Is there an information center / service center / reception?

No


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