Height: 3178 m -> 10427 feet Prominence?: 349 m Line Parent?: Chaba Peak (4.7 km away, at bearing 215 degrees) Greater Parent: Chaba Peak (5.0 km away)
Location: 52.23270,-117.63251 52:13:58, -117:37:57 11U 456804 5787109 (19 km SE of Fortress Lake). (69 km E of Mica Creek). NTS Mapsheet: 083.C.04 AreaCode: FL27/CG33 First Ascent: 1919 Interprovincial Boundary Commission (CAJ 16-19)
In the southern part of Jasper NP, near the headwaters of the Chaba River. A partially glaciated peak at the head of Warwick Creek. The normal route goes along the glaciated west slopes with a rock scramble on top.
Name Notes: Named in 1919 by The Interprovincial Boundary Survey because some rocks on the summit had an appearance similar to a sundial. They spoke of the peak as a "high, sharp pointed cone."