Photo: Looking northwest to Mount Daly from Highway #1 west of Lake Louise
- 3152 m (10,342ft)
- First Ascent
- Naming History
Located on the continental divide west of Bath Glacier and east of Waputik Icefield
Visible from Highway: 1, 93N
Ascent Party: J.H. Batcheller, C.E. Fay, E. Tewes
Ascent Guide: Christian Hasler sr., C. Bohren
Named by: Charles E. Fay
Named for: Daly, Charles P. (Charles Daly was the President of the American Geographical Society)
When viewed from the east as one approaches Lake Louise on the Trans-Canada Highway, Mount Daly appears as a long, high ridge with Bath Glacier below the cliffs. Bath Glacier is the southernmost extent of what is a nearly continuous series of icefields and glaciers that stretch north almost to Jasper townsite.
Charles Fay named the mountain in 1898 and then went on to complete the first ascent five years later.