Dungeon Peak
3130m (10270ft.)

Located on the continental divide between Upper Geikie Creek Valley and Tonquin Valley. The Ramparts, on the border of Jasper & Mount Robson parks, Alberta/BC border. Major headwaters Athabasca & Fraser rivers.
Latitude 52; 41; 15 Longitude 118; 17; 00, Topo map 83D/09


Named in 1916. A dungeon is a prison cell in the depths of a castle's foundation. Official name.

First ascended in 1933 by Rex Gibson, R.C. Hind, E.L. WoolfJournal reference CAJ 22-76.

Photo: (l-r) Parapet Mountain, Paragon Peak, Oubliette Peak, Dungeon Peak, Redoubt Peak from the east

Climbing Routes
East Face IV 5.7
Another of the prominent east-facing rib routes. Not quite as aesthetic as the E Face of Oubliette but still a very worthwhile outing. Mostly a rock route but take ice gear for both the ascent and descent. Dougherty, Selected Alpine Climbs page 267
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