Skoki Mountain
2707m (8882ft.)

Located at the head of the Red Deer River east of Skoki Valley. Slate Range, Banff Park, Alberta
Latitude 51; 31; 50 Longitude 116; 03; 35, Topo map 82N/09

Named by James F. Porter in 1911. Skoki is an Indian word for marsh or swamp. Official name.

Photo: Looking northeast to Skoki Mountain (courtesy Alan Kane)
Looking northeast to Skoki Mountain (courtesy Sonny Bou)

Scrambling Routes
An easy ascent via north scree slopes. Skoki Mountain is a quick little ascent right behind Skoki Lodge. This diminutive mountain has been ascended by some nine different routes by Edwin Knox, a former employee of historic Skoki Lodge. It is not a complex peak. The most common way follows an old logging road, now a wide swath, hacked into dense forest. Try from July on. Kane, Scrambles in the Canadian Rockies page 252

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