Victoria Peak
2569m (8430ft.)

Located between Mill Creek Valley from Pincher Creek Valley; the highest point on the 10 km long Victoria Ridge. Park, Alberta Major headwater Oldman River.
Latitude 49; 17; 50 Longitude 114; 08; 30, Topo map 82G/08

Panorama viewpoint: Gladstone Valley Road; Twin Butte. Can be seen from Highways 6 and Gladstone Valley Road

Named by J.J. McArthur Victoria (The mountain was named to commemorate Queen Victoria.) Official name.

Looking west to Victoria Peak
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Photo: Looking south to Victoria Peak from the Gladstone Valley road

This softly contoured mountain in the front ranges southwest of Pincher Creek should not be confused with the more well known Mount Victoria that rises so prominently behind Lake Louise.

The mountain appears on George Dawson's 1886 map.

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