|Located at the north end of the Sawback range, overlooking Red Deer Lakes. It is 3 km west of Mount Douglas. First ascended in 1906 by Topographical Survey.|
Name Notes: Named by George M. Dawson in 1884. Dr. Dawson is said to have named the mountain after, "curious formations resembling oysters." True oysters are only found in much younger rocks than those that make up Oyster Peak. He may have been looking at a form of brachiopod.