|Note: The label on the 1:50K map (t2) is in the wrong place, on a minor bump about 3 km to the east of the location as shown on the provincial Basemap TRIM map (t4). We use the t4 (TRIM) data here.|
Name Notes: Ethelweard was a historian and son of Alfred the Great. "Our choice of mountain names was influenced by the fact that we were carrying a book about Alfred the Great....". (Rolf & Heather Kellerhals, Canadian Alpine Journal, vol 48, 1965, pages 62-68.)
Do not confuse this name with the early english king of the same name.