Location: 53.73820,-119.78960 53:44:18, -119:47:23 11U 316020 5958007 (46 km W of Grande Cache). NTS Mapsheet: 083.E.12 AreaCode: FL39/HH38
This peak is #64 in Prominence List for Alberta .Highest point on the long ridge between Muddywater river and its tributary, Fetherstonhaugh Creek. This is a rocky triangular peak with the easiest
Name Notes: Note: Sprague is pronounced "sprayge", not "sprawge". Named for D. D. Sprague who was an engineer with the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway (later CNR). The Grand Trunk mainline went from Tete Jaune Cache to Prince Rupert, as opposed to the Canadian Northern which went to Vancouver. Both railways were amalgamated to become the Canadian National Railway after World War One.
Sprague explored this area in 1906.