Mt. Kitchener was originally named Mount Douglas by Norman Collie after David Douglas. In 1916, the mountain was renamed to its present day name after Lord Horatio Kitchener who had just been killed in World War I.
|Elevation:||3,505 metres / 11,500 feet|
|Latitude:||52° 13′ 00″ N|
|Longitude:||117° 29′ 00″ W|
|First ascent:||1927 by Alfred J. Ostheimer, guided by Hans Fuhrer|
|Routes:||SouthWest Slopes (Normal Route) I; Grand Central Couloir V 5.9; Ramp Route V 5.8|