Mt Edith Cavell

 The upper East Ridge, Edith Cavell.

Edith Cavell is 3360m/11,033ft and the 48th highest peak in the Canadian Rockies and also the signature peak of the Jasper area.

The East Ridge of Edith Cavell is one of the "50 classic" climbs of North America.

This is a classic moderate alpine rock route on blocky quartzite rock with
superb positions on the upper ridge. A must do route.

You can base in Jasper, at the local campground
or at the Edith Cavell Hostel.

Descent down the West Ridge and West Bowl back to the Edith Cavell Hostel.

Details

Location: 
Town of Jasper
Difficulty: 
Alpine grade 3, rock climbing to 5.5
Duration: 
A 12-14 hour day return from the base of the mountain.
Season: 
July to September for dry conditions.
Fees: 

Fees are quoted per day per person, in Canadian funds.

Fees: 
Client/Guide RatioFee
1:1$800
2:1$500

Cavell Hostel cost at base is $25.00 per person per night. Camping and hotel is also an option
Fees include guides expenses and time to preposition in Jasper the night before the climb.
Full or partial climbing gear package available, crampons, helmet, harness or tools.

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