Mount Ball

Elevation (feet): 10,863
Elevation (meters): 3,311
Continent: North America
Country: Canada
Range/Region: Canadian Rockies
Province: Alberta/British Columbia
Latitude: 51.1569
Longitude: -116.008
Difficulty: Basic Snow/Ice Climb
Year first climbed: 1904
First successful climber(s): J.D. Patterson, Camp; H Kaufmann
Nearest major airport: Calgary International
Convenient Center: Lake Louise

Thanks to Tim L. Helmer for adding this peak.

Mount Ball is a massive mountain and highest of the Ball Range. The peak is not visible from the Trans-Canada Highway and so is relatively quiet. The peak is accessible via a scramblers route that may involve a small amount of snow/ice if conditions are not right. A bush whack up Hafner Creek is also necessary to get to the Scramblers route, but is well worth the while for those wishing to get away from the crowds.

Thanks to Tim L. Helmer for this description.