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Mount Robertson

For the mountain in Antarctica, see Mount Robertson (Antarctica).
White Man Mountain
White Man Mountain
Location in Alberta and British Columbia
Elevation 3,177 m (10,423 ft)[1]
Prominence 281 m (922 ft)
Location Alberta
British Columbia

50°43′35″N 115°19′16″W / 50.72639°N 115.32111°W / 50.72639; -115.32111Coordinates: 50°43′35″N 115°19′16″W / 50.72639°N 115.32111°W / 50.72639; -115.32111

Topo map NTS 82J/11
First ascent 1928 J.W.A. Hickson and Edward Feuz Jr.

Mount Robertson is a mountain in the Canadian Rockies, standing astride the British Columbia-Alberta boundary between Palliser Pass and North Kananaskis Pass. The British Columbia side of the pass is in Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park. The mountain is named for Sir William Robertson (1860–1933), 1st Baronet, Chief of the Imperial General Staff from 1916 to 1918 during the First World War.[2]

Mount Robertson rises to an elevation of 3194m (10480ft.)[3]

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