Located at the north eastern edge of the Ramparts area. This peak has a view of Jasper to the northeast. There is a cable car which goes to a lookout at 2120 m, 200 m below the summit. There is also a hiking trail that goes right to the summit. There is also a large hostel 3 km to the north.
Name Notes: Named by E. Deville (Director of the Geological Survey of Canada) in 1916. The mountain is named after the hoary marmot, also known as the whistling marmot.