Mount St. Bride
3315m (10877ft.)

Located west of the Valley of the Hidden Lakes, 2 km south-southeast of Mount Douglas. Banff Park, Alberta
Latitude 51; 30; 25 Longitude 115; 57; 15, Topo map 82O/12
Can be seen from Highway 1

Named in 1898. The mountain is named after the patron saint of the Douglas Family. It lies to the south of Mount Douglas. Official name. Other names White Douglas

First ascended in 1910 by J.W.A. Hickson, guided by Edward Feuz sr., Edward Feuz jr.. Journal reference CAJ 3-40; App 12-227.

Looking northeast to Mount St. Bride from Saddle Mountain
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Photo: Looking east across Baker Lake to Mount St. Bride (courtesy Dr. John D. Birrell)

Mount Douglas and Mount St. Bride were originally referred to as "Black Douglas" and "White Douglas" respectively. The names referred to the fact that Mount Douglas was often bare while Mount St. Bride was covered with snow.
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