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Abbot Pass
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Abbot Pass, with the approach from the British Columbia side
Elevation 2,925 m (9,596 ft)
Location Banff National Park, Alberta / Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada
Range Canadian Rockies
Coordinates 51°21′50″N 116°17′14″W / 51.36389°N 116.28722°W / 51.36389; -116.28722
Topo map NAD 83/11U

Abbot Pass lies between Mount Lefroy and Mount Victoria, in the divide between the valleys of Lake O'Hara and Lake Louise. It was named for Philip Stanley Abbot who died in 1896 in an attempt to climb Mount Lefroy with Charles Fay, Charles Thompson, and George T. Little.

Abbot Pass has a stone hut, built in 1922 by Swiss guides working for the Canadian Pacific Railway, now maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada.

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