Mount Cline is named after Michael Cline, a gentleman who joined the North West Company as a fur trader in the 1790's. He later was in charge of the Bays trading post located at Jasper House from 1825-1835. 

Explored in 1827 by D. Douglas a botanist from Scotland and later in 1906 Mary Schaffer and Mollie Adams.

A five-man party guided by J. Simpson of Banff and lead by Swiss mountaineering guide R. Aemmer first climbed the mountain itself in 1927.

 The Cline River area includes the confluence of the Cline and North Saskatchewan Rivers, the headwaters beginning at the beautiful Pinto Lake. 

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