Photo: Looking northeast to Cockscomb Mountain from the Bow Valley Parkway at Hillside Meadows
Cockscomb Mountain (Alberta)
- 2776 m (9,108ft)
- Naming History
Located in the Bow River Valley southeast of Ranger Creek
Major Valley: Bow
Visible from Highway: 1, 93S
Named for: The outline of the summit was said to resemble the comb of a rooster.
Glen Boles et al refer to this mountain as "Mount Cockscomb" and another in 83C/03 as Cockscomb Mountain.
Note that there is a mountain named The Comb in British Columbia.