Mt. Edith Cavell (3363 meters) - East RidgeMt. Edith Cavell (3363 meters) - East Ridge

Mt. Edith Cavell is the highest mountain in the Jasper area and one of the classic climbs in the Rockies. The eloquent looking ridge was first climbed by the famous Conrad Kain in 1924 and has stayed a classic climb ever since.

The East Ridge offers good climbing on quartzite, from scrambling to 5.3. Jasper is a 3.5 hour drive north from Canmore.

 

Technical Difficulty:

Scrambling with technical climbing up to 5.3 and some moderate snow (35 Degrees) near the top.

Number of clients to one Guide: 2:1

Seasons:

July to mid  September

Time required: 

2 days if using the Bivi from the col

12 to 14 hours round trip from parking lot

Package Includes:

• All meals prepared by Backcountry Bistro - Kelly Mager

• Guiding by a ACMG/UIAGM Mountain Guide

 

Cost and Dates: Please Enquire

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