The Three Sisters are a trio of summits near Canmore, Alberta, Canada.
These mountains are known individually as Big Sister, Middle Sister and Little Sister.
Big Sister is a moderately difficult climb on the southwest slopes while Middle Sister is an easy climb from Stewart Creek. The Little Sister ascent is more difficult requiring technical climbing skills. The Traverse of the Three Sisters is a very dangerous climb that is very rarely carried out.
Access : Coordinates: 51.024722, -115.330556 / Location Canmore, Alberta, Canada. South Banff Range System, Canadian Rockies.
- Peaks : Big Sister (Faith) metres 2,936 feet 9,632 / Middle Sister (Charity) metres 2,769 feet 9,084 / Little Sister (Hope) metres 2,694 feet 8,840
- In 1883, Albert Rogers, a nephew of Major A. B. Rogers, named the three peaks for the first time. Originally called the Three Nuns, they were later renamed the Three Sisters.
- Scenic Trails : Highline Trail and Three Sisters Pathway / Canmore Hoodoos Loop / Montane Traverse Trail / Montane Traverse Trail / Bechlands Ridge / Policemans Creek Boardwalk Trail .
Go next : Town of Canmore / Nearby Mountain Ranges : Cascade Mountain / Heart Mountain / Mount Rundle / Lake Louise / Ha Ling Peak / Mount Yamnuska.