This peak is #47 in Prominence List for Alberta .A long rocky ridge located on the north side of the Bow River valley, about 5 km north of Banff. The mountain is a long thin ridge lying north-south between Cascade Creek on the east, and a tributary of Forty Mile Creek.
Note that the official government 1:50,000 with metric contours has the contour lines mis-labelled, which can confuse you into thinking that the middle summit is higher. For example, the exact same contour line that is labelled 2400m just south of the mountain is again labelled as 2200m when you get to the east side of the summit.
Name Notes: Cascade is named for the waterfall that springs from the south end of the mountain. The peak was named by James Hector in 1858.