Odlum Ridge
2469m (8190ft.)

Located south and west of the Highwood River and north of Odlum Creek. Kananaskis Park, Alberta
Latitude 50; 30; 05 Longitude 114; 51; 24, Topo map 82J/10
Can be seen from Highway 40

Naming: The ridge takes its name from Odlum Creek that flows to the south of it. Unofficial name.

First ascended in 1916 by Interprovincial Boundary Survey

Photo: Looking northwest to Odlum Ridge from Highway #40
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Photo: Looking southeast to Odlum Ridge from Highway #40

The ridge has three high points, the highest of which is the eastermost. The Interprovincial Boundary Commission placed camera stations on the eastern and western summits in 1916.

Mount Odlum lies 6.0 kilometres to the west-southwest of the highest point of Odlum Ridge. The creek takes was named after Mount Odlum which was named in 1917 to honour Brigadier-General V.W. Odlum, the commander of the Second Canadian Division of the Canadian Expeditionary Force during WW I.

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