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Mount Alderson - Hiking

Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada

Mount Alderson Statistics

Elevation gain

2,692 meters

What are the activities at Mount Alderson ?


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Why choose a trail at Mount Alderson?

Mount Anderson is a high mountain in the northern part of the Sentinel Range in Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica. Probuda Ridge is trending northeast of the peak, and Embree Glacier and Ellen Glacier's tributary Fonfon Glacier drain its northeastern and eastern slopes respectively. It is part of the same massif as Mount Bentley and Mount Sisu. The mountain was discovered by the Marie Byrd Land Traverse Party, 1957–58, under C.R. Bentley, and named for Vernon H. Anderson, glaciologist at Byrd Station, 1957, a member of the party.

The Mount Alderson is a mountain located in Alberta, Canada. It is part of the Rocky Mountains and is the tallest peak in the area. The mountain is a popular destination for hikers and climbers, and offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape. The mountain is also home to a variety of wildlife, including deer, elk, and bears.

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What are the coordinates and address of Mount Alderson?

Mount Alderson
Mount Alderson, Alberta T0K 2M0, Canada

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Starting Point

The Mount Alderson trails are located in the town of Canmore, Alberta. To get to the start of the trails, take the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) to the exit for Highway 40. Take Highway 40 south to the town of Canmore. The trailhead is located at the end of Spray Lakes Road.

Why visit Mount Alderson

The Mount Alderson hike is a great way to get outdoors and enjoy nature. The hike is moderate in difficulty, making it perfect for beginner hikers. The trailhead is located just outside of the town of Canmore, making it easy to access. The hike offers beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The hike is also a great way to see wildlife, as there are often deer and elk spotted in the area.

Is Mount Alderson in Alberta a good place for the whole family?

There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on what each family is looking for in a place to live. Some factors to consider include the cost of living, the availability of jobs, the climate, and the level of crime.

Things not to be missed

Near Mount Alderson in Alberta, the best activities include hiking, camping, fishing, and wildlife viewing.

-Hiking the trails in the area

-Fishing in the many nearby lakes and rivers

-Camping in the beautiful provincial parks

-Biking on the many scenic trails

Where to eat?

1. The hidden cafe - This cafe is located in a small alleyway and is often overlooked by tourists and locals alike. The cafe serves up some of the best coffee and pastries in the city.

2. The food truck rally - Every weekend, a group of food trucks gathers in a parking lot near Mount Alderson to serve up some of the best street food in the city. There is something for everyone at the rally, from tacos to pizza to ice cream.

3. The all-you-can-eat buffet - This buffet is located in a small, unassuming building near Mount Alderson. It is one of the best-kept secrets in the city, and offers a wide variety of international cuisine.

4. The underground restaurant - This restaurant is located in a basement near Mount Alderson and is only open on Friday and Saturday nights. It is known for its unique and experimental cuisine.

5. The pop-up restaurant - This restaurant is only open for a limited time each year, usually during the summer months. It is located in a secret location and serves up some of the most innovative cuisine in the city.

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What is the elevation of Mount Alderson?

2692.00 M

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