Range Finder

Name Information
Ball Range Ball Range (82N; 82O) The Ball Range forms the Continental Divide between Vermi...
Bare Range Bare Range (82O) The Bare Range lies south of the Red Deer River Valley and to ...
Beaverfoot Range Beaverfoot Range (82N) The Beaverfoot Range lies to the northeast of the Columb...
Berland Range Berland Range (83E) The range is located to the northeast of the upper Wildhay ...
Blackwater Range Blackwater Range (82N) The Blackwater Range lies to the east of what is now Col...
Blairmore Range Blairmore Range (82G) The Blairmore Range lies on both the north and south side...
Blue Range Blue Range (82J) This minor range is located on the Continental Divide between ...
Bosche Range Bosche Range (83F) The Bosche Range lies to the northeast of the lower Snake In...
Boule Range Boule Range (83F) The Boule Range forms the boundary of Jasper National Park to...
Brazeau Range Brazeau Range (83B) The range was named after Joseph Brazeau who worked as a po...
Brisco Range Brisco Range (82K) The Brisco Range lies to the west of the Kootenay River from...
Clark Range Clark Range (82G) The Clark Range lies between the Flathead River and Castle Ri...
Colin Range Colin Range (83C) The Colin Range lies to the east of the Athabasca River and t...
De Smet Range De Smet Range (83F) The De Smet Range lies to the west of the Lower Snake India...
Elk Range Elk Range (82J) The Elk Range forms the Continental Divide from just east of El...
Fairholme Range Fairholme Range (82O) The Fairholme Range lies east of the Bow River Valley fro...
Fiddle Range Fiddle Range (83F) The Fiddle Range forms the boundary of Jasper National Park ...
Fisher Range Fisher Range (82J) The Fisher Range lies north of the Little Elbow River and so...
Flathead Range Flathead Range (82G) A portion of this range makes up the Continental Divide fr...
Galton Range Galton Range (82G) The Galton Range forms the eastern edge of the Kootenay Rive...
Goat Range Goat Range (82J; 82O) The Goat Range lies east of the Spray River. It follows t...
High Rock Range High Rock Range (82G; 82J) The High Rock Range forms the continental divide fro...
Highwood Range Highwood Range (82J) Holy Cross Mountain, Mount Head, and Patterson's Peak are ...
Hoff Range Hoff Range (83E) The Hoff Range lies to the northeast of the Berland Range and ...
Hughes Range Hughes Range (82G) The Hughes Range lies immediately east of the Kootenay Valle...
Jacques Range Jacques Range (83F) The Jacques Range lies to the southwest of the lower Rocky ...
Kananaskis Range Kananaskis Range (82J) This range was formerly known as ñShipsÍ Rangeî becau...
Livingstone Range Livingstone Range (82G; 82J) The Livingstone Range forms the eastern edge of th...
Lizard Range Lizard Range (82G) The Lizard Range lies just east of the Kootenay Valley, nor...
Macdonald Range Macdonald Range (82/G) The Macdonald Range lies west of the Flathead River and...
Maligne Range Maligne Range (83C) The Maligne Range lies between the Athabasca River on the w...
Massive Range Massive Range (82O) The range includes Pilot Mountain, Mount Brett, Mount Bourg...
Miette Range Miette Range (83F) The Miette Range lies to the northeast of the Lower Rocky Ri...
Misty Range Misty Range (82J) The Misty Range is the highest and most spectacular group of ...
Mitchell Range Mitchell Range (82J) The range lies to the east of the Kootenay River and stret...
Nikanassin Range Nikanassin Range (83C; 83F) The Nikanassin Range lies to the northeast of the u...
Opal Range Opal Range (82J) Consisting of a total of eleven named peaks (eight officially ...
Ottertail Range Ottertail Range (82N) The government 1:250,000 places the name "Ottertail Range...
Palliser Range Palliser Range (82O) The Palliser Range lies to the east of the Cascade River f...
Persimmon Range Persimmon Range (83E) The range lies to the north east of upper Rock Creek and ...
President Range President Range (82N) The President Range lies to the west and south of the Yoh...
Queen Elizabeth Range Queen Elizabeth Ranges (83C) This complex range has its northern end just east ...
Quinn Range Quinn Range (82G) The Quinn Range lies between Quinn Creek and Bull River appro...
Rainbow Range Rainbow Range (83E) The Rainbow Range lies to the north of the upper Fraser Riv...
The Ramparts Range The Ramparts (83D) This range lies to the west of Amethyst Lakes and the Tonqui...
Royal Range The Royal Group (82J) This very spectacular range rises some 6,500 vertical fee...
Sawback Range Sawback Range (82O) "After a halt for two hours during the most intense heat, w...
Selwyn Range Selwyn Range (83D) The Selwyn Range lies to the northeast of what is now Canoe ...
Winston Churchill Range Winston Churchill Range (83C) The Winston Churchill Range is located at the sou...
Slate Range Slate Range (82N) The Slate Range lies between the Pipestone River on the west ...
Spray Range Spray Mountains (82J) The range takes its name from the Spray River. It extends...
Stanford Range Stanford Range (82J) The Stanford Range lies to the east of the head of the Col...
Starlight Range Starlight Range (83E) The Starlight Range lies to the southwest of the upper Ro...
Sundance Range Sundance Range (82O) The Sundance Range lies east of Brewster Creek, Bryant Cre...
Ten Peaks Range Ten Peaks (82N) This group of mountains is is also known as Wenkchemna Peaks. ...
Trident Range Trident Range (83D) The Trident Range is located northwest of Portal Creek and ...
Van Horne Range Van Horne Range (82N) The Van Horne Range stretches from the Blaeberry River in...
Van Nostrand Range Van Nostrand Range (82G) This minor range lies to the northeast of "Top of the ...
Vermilion Range (AB) Vermilion Range (Alta.) (82O) Please note that there is another Vermilion Range...
Vermilion Range (BC) Vermilion Range (BC) (82N) Please note that there is another Vermilion Range in...
Victoria Cross Range Victoria Cross Range (83D; 83E) This range is located north-west of Jasper. It ...
Waputik Range Waputik Range (82N) The Waputik Range lies to the west of the upper Bow River V...
Wilson Range Wilson Range (82H) Thomas Blakiston originally gave this name to a single peak ...
Wisukitsak Range Wisukitsak Range (82G) This minor range lies to the east of Fording River in th...
Dezaiko Range Dezaiko Range (93I) The range lies northeast of the McGregor River and southwes...

Rockies Ranges


This Storm Mountain is located in the Misty Range, the highest and most spectacular group of front-range mountains in the southern Rockies.

The mountain is said to have been named by George Dawson in 1884 after numerous storm clouds were seen on its summit. There are actually two Storm Mountains, only 100 kms apart and both are said to have been named by George Dawson in the same year and for the same reason. An additional coincidence is that they are within five metres of each other in elevation. The other Storm Mountain is in the Vermillion Pass area of Banff and Radium National Park.