An obvious minor summit situated due west of Chateau Lake Louise with a large basin just above Lake Agnes.
Due to its situation above Kicking Horse Pass, the summit provides excellent views for a relatively small mountain. The route to the summit is a popular scree slog through an attractive alpine cirque when dry, but if snowy is more demanding. The summit ridge provides interesting scrambling, particularly if one stays to the ridge top.
Name Notes: Named in 1904 after John Niblock, who was a superintendant for the Canadian Pacific Railway.