Photo: Allison Peak in the distance at left; Mount Ward at right with Window Mountain to the left of it.
- 2643 m (8672ft)
- Naming History
Located on the continental divide in the Allison Creek and Alexandra Creek Valleys at the head of South Racehorse Creek
Range: High Rock
Visible from Highway: 3
Named by: Morrison P. Bridgland
Named for: Allison, Douglas (A fomer Royal North West Mounted Policeman, Douglas Allison was an early settler in the Crowsnest Pass area.)
The most prominent feature of this peak is the outlier locally referred to as Window Mountain. Lying slightly less than one kilometre to the northeast of the highest point on Allison Peak, it's circular shaped "window" is most prominent as one drives north up the Allison Creek Valley.