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Height of the Rockies Provincial Park
 

Area: 738 sq km. Location: Located south of the Kananaskis lakes, and bordering on Elk Lakes Provincial park and Peter Lougheed Provincial Park. Terrain: This area contains numerous rugged and high peaks some over 11,000' such as King George and Queen Mary. Here is an awkward 2 page <a href=http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/height/height_of_rockies.pdf>government PDF map</a>.

Top Trips
Limestone Lakes (and attempt on Frugal Peak) Robin Tivy
King George 2010 via Fynn Creek Mitch Thornton
Mount Joffre and Northover Ridge Traverse Robin Tivy
Kananaskis Country Traverse - On Foot Dave Williams
West Ridge ascent of Mount Sir Douglas Vern Dewit
Northover Ridge in Ideal Conditions: A Day and Night Hike David Wasserman
Mount King George - Road Access and Climb Rick Collier
A Backpack and Climb in the O'Neil Peak Area Rick Collier
Ascent of Mt. Forsyth Rick Collier
The South Ridge and West Face to the top of Mount King George Orvel Miskiw
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Top Photos
Onslow Mountain and Mount King George from Northover Ridge David Wasserman
Topping Out on the Northwest Face of Mount Sir Douglas Steve Sheriff
Mount Beatty and Three Isle Lake from Northover Ridge David Wasserman
Mount Hornickle Rick Collier
Mount Northover, British Columbia Side David Wasserman
King George and the Royal Group David Wasserman
Cradock, Tipperary, and the Royal Group Rick Collier
The Summit of Prince Edward Rick Collier
Limestone Lakes Basin and Frugal Peak Mike Wickett
Queen Mary and Two Princes Rick Collier
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Paper Maps