Mount Clitheroe

Alberta. Mount
E of Amethyst Lakes
52.7106 N 118.23 W — Map 083D09 — GoogleGeoHack
Name officially adopted in 1956
Official in Canada

Origin of the name unknown. James Monroe Thorington [1895–1989] mentions “1915 Bridgland Survey” regarding this mountain.


  • Thorington, James Monroe [1895–1989], and Palmer, Howard [1883–1944]. A Climbers Guide to the Rocky Mountains of Canada. New York: American Alpine Club, 1921. Internet Archive
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