This peak is located on the south end of the Wapta Icefield and is on the continental divide, between Bath Glacier and Daly Glacier, 7 km SE of Mt. Balfour. It is a well known landmark as you complete the Wapta Icefield traverse, before descending into Sherbrooke lake.
Location Notes: On the 1:50K map it shows as a long north-south ridge, and it is hard to pick out the highest point. On BC Basemap, there are two peaks:
North 3148m 51:31:19-116:23:42
South 3146m 51:31:07-116:23:44
The north peak is the highest. BCGNIS has the location at 51:31:07-116:23:44,
Name Notes: Charles Fay named the peak for Joseph Francis Daly, who was President of the American Geographic Society in the late 1890s. The name was made official in 1916. In the first edition of Walter Wilcox's 1896 work, "Camping in the Rockies", the picture of Mt. Balfour is captioned "Mt. Daly."