Photo: Looking north to Ashlar Ridge with Roche a Perdrix beyond at right (courtesy Sonny Bou)
- 2620 m (8596ft)
- Naming History
Located in the Athabasca River Valley between Ashlar Creek and Fiddle Creek
Major Valley: Athabasca
Visible from Highway: Miette Hot Springs Road
Named by: Morrison P. Bridgland
Named for: Ashlar is a form of masonry and the mountain was named for its smooth appearance.
Six kilometres in length, Ashlar Ridge dominates the view as one drives up the Fiddle River valley on the way to Miette Hotsprings. This great slab of Palliser Limestone stands almost vertically, classic front range geology.