- 3204 m (10,512ft)
- First Ascent
- Naming History
Located in the Clemenceau Creek Valley opposite the Clemenceau Icefield
Ascent Party: Alfred Ostheimer
Ascent Guide: Hans Fuhrer
Named by: Interprovincial Boundary Survey
Named for: When seen by the surveyors, the mountain had a ghost-like appearance.
Arthur Wheeler wrote of this mountain in the Boundary Survey Report, "On the eastern side of Clemenceau Creek is another fine mountain completely clad with ice and snow on its northwest face. This robe of white gives it a spectral appearance and it has been named Ghost Mountain."