Name Notes: Tete Roche is located at the E end of Yellowhead Mountain and is the French word for rock knoll or end of rock ridge. It and the entire Yellowhead Mountain is most likely named after an Iroquois whose nickname was "Tete Jaune" (Yellowhead) who guided one of the earlier parties contracted by the Hudson's Bay Company through the pass area.
Lucerne Peak was named by Arthur O. Wheeler because if was directly above the old site of the Lucerne Railway Station.
Leather Peak was named in 1918 by Arthur O. Wheeler after Leather Pass which was an alternate name used for Yellowhead Pass during the period of 1860 to and 1880. Leather was derived from the many animal skins that passed through the pass en route with fur traders.
Bingley Peak was named in 1863 by Walter Cheadle aftert Bingley, Yorkshire which was a town located near Walter Cheadle's wife's birthplace.