Mount Brock
2902m (9521ft.)

Located between the head of North King Creek and the headwaters of Evan Thomas Creek. Opal Range, Kananaskis Park, Alberta
Latitude 50; 44; 15 Longitude 115; 04; 50, Topo map 82J/11

Panorama viewpoint: Lower Kananaskis Lake. Can be seen from Highways 40S and 742

Named in 1922. Brock, Rear Admiral Osmond de Beauvoir (Rear Admiral Brock served on the HMS Princess Royal during the Battle of Jutland in WW I.) Official name.

First ascended in 1954 by P.J.B. Duffy, K. IngoldJournal reference CAJ 38-86.

Photo: Looking northeast to Mount Brock from the Smith-Dorrien Road near the northern end of Lower Kananaskis Lake
More photos
Looking east-northeast to Mount Brock from Highway #40 (courtesy Gerry Hopkins)

Climbing Routes
South-East Pillar of the West Rib II 5.6
An aesthetic line on generally good rock. It might be combined with an ascent of Blane to make for a very full day out. Quite a challenge. Dougherty, Selected Alpine Climbs page 42
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