Photo: Looking east to Roche Bonhomme from Highway #16
- 2495 m (8186ft)
- Naming History
Located in the Athabasca River and Maligne River Valleys at the head of Two Valley Creek
Major Valley: Athabasca
Visible from Highway: 16
Named by: George Munro Grant
Named for: The mountain has a shape which resembles a face. "Bonhomme" translates to "Good Fellow."
The dark coloured face of Bonhomme that gazes into the sky east of Jasper Townsite is composed of Triassic siltstone of the Sulphur Mountain Formation that lies above lighter coloured Permian and Carboniferous strata.