Concept

Mount Joffre

Summary
Mount Joffre is a mountain located on the Continental Divide, in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, Alberta, and Elk Lakes and Height of the Rockies Provincial Parks in British Columbia. The mountain was named in 1918 by the Interprovincial Boundary Survey after Marshal Joseph Joffre, commander-in-chief of the French Army during World War I. The normal climbing route (UIAA class II) is via the north face, which is covered by the Mangin Glacier. See also
  • List of mountain peaks of North America
  • List of mountains in the Canadian Rockies
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