|Located at the south end of a long rocky ridge, between the Bow River and Cougar Creek. There is a scramble route on the S slopes which is mostly a hike except the final narrow ridge to the summit proper. This deters some parties. Other than that, the route follows a trail to location of the tea house that was built 3/4 up the mountain on the S slopes. There is also a hang glider launch near there. From there the route goes up the scree slopes to gain the false summit, then follows the narrow ridge to the summit proper.|
Name Notes: It was named in 1886 after Susan Agnes Macdonald who was the wife of Canada's first Prime Minister (Sir John A Macdonald). She was well known for travelling on the cowcatcher of the locomotive while travelling with her husband to Vancouver on the new railway. For some reason, this name is not labelled on the 1:50,000 maps.