|Location Alberta, Canada|
Topo map NTS 83C/11
Elevation 3,470 m
Prominence 1,443 m
Mountain range Canadian Rockies
|Parent range Brazeau Range|
Easiest route rock/snow climb
First ascent 1923
|Listing Canada highest major peaks 38th|
Similar North Twin Peak, Mount Forbes, Mount Bryce, Mount Kitchener, Mount Clemenceau
Mount Brazeau is a mountain in Alberta, Canada.
Map of Mount Brazeau, Improvement District No. 12, AB, Canada
The mountain is located in the upper Coronet Creek Valley of Jasper National Park, and stands west of the Coronet Glacier and south of Maligne Lake. The mountain was named in 1902 by Arthur P. Coleman after Joseph Edward Brazeau, who had provided his translation skills to the Palliser Expedition.