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Livingstone Range (Canada)

Livingstone Range
NW face of Thunder Mountain
Highest point
PeakCentre Peak
Elevation2,549 m (8,363 ft)[1][2]
ListingMountains of Alberta
Coordinates49°56′35″N 114°20′07″W / 49.942944°N 114.335306°W / 49.942944; -114.335306[3]
Livingstone Range is located in Alberta
Livingstone Range
Livingstone Range
Parent rangeCanadian Rockies
(Southern Continental Ranges)
Topo mapNTS 82G9 Blairmore[3]

The Livingstone Range is a sub-range of the Canadian Rockies in Alberta, Canada. It forms the eastern boundary of the Rockies in the south of the province. Its northern boundary is the Highwood River and it extends to Crowsnest Pass in the south. The Livingstone and Oldman Rivers bound it to the west.


The range was named after the explorer David Livingstone by Thomas Blakiston, an assistant of John Palliser, in 1858. When explorer Peter Fidler climbed Thunder Mountain in 1792, he became the first European to make a recorded ascent in the Canadian Rockies.[4]


The mountains and peaks of the Livingstone Range are identified below.[4]

Mountain/Peak Elevation Coordinates
m ft
Centre Peak 2,549 8,363
Mount Burke 2,542 8,340 50°17'24"N, 114°31'30"W
Plateau Mountain 2,438 7,999
Coffin Mountain 2,429 7,969 44°37'17.40"N, 122°2'39.48"W
Mount Livingstone 2,422 7,946
Cauldron Peak 2,393 7,851
Hailstone Butte 2,373 7,785
Sentinel Peak 2,373 7,785 50°15'20.2"N, 114°28'51.6"W
Thunder Mountain 2,335 7,661
Mount Hornecker 2,271 7,451
Sheep Mountain 2,271 7,451
Saddle Mountain 2,240 7,350
Windy Peak 2,240 7,350


  1. ^ "Centre Peak". Retrieved 2023-08-14.
  2. ^ "Topographic map of Centre Peak". Retrieved 2023-08-14.
  3. ^ a b "Livingstone Range". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 2023-08-14.
  4. ^ a b "Livingstone Range". Retrieved 2011-07-05.
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