December 21, 2011
Tunnel Mountain is probably the lowest and the least significant bump that is named as a mountain in Banff National Park. It’s basically part of Banff townsite and there’s nothing magic about it. I ascended it after finishing Ha Ling Peak and Miner’s Peak since I still had a couple hours of daylight time to kill.
There’s nothing to document about the ascent other than following the well signed trail. Since the summit is below treeline, the view is limited. But during the sunset hours, I still got great views towards the surrounding giants, including Mt. Rundle and Cascade Mountain, two classic scrambles.