St. Julien Mountain
3091m (10142ft.)

Located on the continental divide north of Upper Mons Creek and above the Mons Icefield. Banff Park, Alberta/BC border. Major headwaters Saskatchewan & Columbia rivers.
Latitude 51; 50; 15 Longitude 117; 00; 30, Topo map 82N/14


Named in 1920. Canadian troops fought near the village of St. Julien, Belgium in 1915 during WW I. Official name.

First ascended in 1930 by D. Duncan, A.F. MegrewJournal reference AAJ 1-338; CAJ 49-188.

Photo: Messines Mountain (left) Messines Ridge (two peaks at centre in sunlight) and St. Julien Mountain (beyond at right) (courtesy Rienk Lakeman)
Photo: Looking southeast to Messines Mountain (left), and St. Julien Mountain from the Mons Icefield (courtesy John Duerden)

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