|location||British Columbia ( Canada )|
|Dominance||35.74 km → North Twin|
|Notch height||1484 m ↓ Wales Glacier (2180 m)|
|First ascent||1923 by H. DeVillier-Schwab; W. Harris; H. Hall and D. Durand|
The Mount Clemenceau is the fourth highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies .
The summit was originally named "Pyramid" in 1892 by Arthur Coleman. In 1919 the mountain was given its current name during the border survey. The name was chosen in memory of Georges Clemenceau , the Prime Minister of France during the First World War.
Mount Clemenceau was first climbed in 1923 by D. Durand, H. Hall, W. Harris and H. DeVillier-Schwab.