Trip Log

Number of "mountains"

Number of all summits


Name of Mountain

Elevation (m)

Round Trip (Km)

Elevation Gain (m)

Time (h)

List Peak 'Belongs' To

Difficulty Rating


  503 23-Jan-21 Pig's Back 2454 10.8 675 5.25 Nugara Ski Tour Kananaksis
  504 31-Jan-21 Black Mountain 1666 10.4 410 4.25 None Hiking Old Man River
282 505 27-Feb-21 Cline Fire Lookout 2045 14.07 845 7.75 Fire Lookout Hikes Snowshoeing David Thompson
283 506 13-Mar-21 Little Middle Kootenay Peak 2280 16 870 6.25 Nugara Hiking Castle Wilderness
284 507 18-Mar-21 Mount Thompson 3065 26.9 1226 9.25 Chic Scott Ski Tour Icefields Parkway
  508 04-Apr-21 StonyCat Ridge 2213 11 845 4.75 Kananaskis Trail Guide Hiking Highwood
  509 11-Apr-21 Mount Albert 1693 14 675 3.5 None Hiking Castle Wilderness
285 510 20-Apr-21 Gibbon Pass Peak (Little Copper) 2593 21.6 1300 9.25 None Snowshoeing Banff
  511 01-May-21 Old Dutch Man Peak 2124 7 640 3.5 None Hiking Old Man River
  512 01-May-21 Manystick Peak 2332 8.53 810 3.5 None Hiking Old Man River
  513 02-May-21 Whaleback Ridge 1807 12.3 490 3.5 None Hiking Old Man River
  514 15-May-21 Christie Mine Ridge 1732 7.7 345 3.75 None Hiking PRIVATE LAND
  515 21-May-21 Baseline Mountain 1910 11.76 650 2.75 Fire Lookout Hikes Hiking Nordegg
286 516 05-Jun-21 Mount McLaren 2315 17.05 1030 5.5 Nugara Easy Scramble Crowsnest Pass
  517 06-Jun-21 Whistable Peak 2282 19.64 1348 6.5 None Easy Scramble Castle Wilderness
  518 06-Jun-21 Table Top Peak 2274 19.64 1348 6.5 None Easy Scramble Castle Wilderness

Note: Distances/elevation gains are approximate. As well distances/elevation gain for multi-peak trips are for the full trip not the individual peak. Distances/elevation gain for trips that say (from somewhere) are only the distance from that somewhere. To get to that somewhere is not listed anywhere.  See the backpacking trip list to see if the trip was a backpack, then its distance/elevation might be a lie on this sheet (or rather for only one of multiple days). The backpacking list will have the total distance/elevation gain on it. This is because I've taken this info off my spreadsheet and cannot be bothered to fix it up into a more user friendly format for these types of trips. Perhaps I will later... if I feel like it.

Next Note: Obviously how I pick "real" mountains is a bit arbitrary. The foothills and such are obviously not "mountains", but where to draw the line? It generally follows that the trip must have at least 800 meters elevation gain (from the road, not from the bivy) + a certain elevation gain from any col with another peak (local relief) + looks like a "Mountain" (steepness of slopes etc). There are a few exceptions in there though.