Mount Loudon
3221m (10568ft.)

Located north of Porcupine Creek and west of Siffleur River. Banff Park, Alberta Major headwater Saskatchewan River.
Latitude 51; 55; 00 Longitude 116; 26; 40, Topo map 82N/16
Can be seen from Highway 11

Named by Morrison P. Bridgland in 1956. Loudon, William James (A professor of mechanics at the University of Toronto, William Loudon wrote on a variety of subjects.) Official name.

First ascended in 1972 by Tony Daffern, A. Ridley

Photo: Looking south to Mount Loudon from Highway #11
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Photo: Looking south to Mount Loudon from Mount Peskett south peak. (courtesy Gillean Daffern)

William James Loudon


In his biography, "Mapper of Mountains," Morrison Bridgland is quoted as saying that, "It was due to Prof. Loudon that I came west." Bridgland would have come to have known Professor Loudon while a student at the University of Toronto.

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