Mount Indefatigable lies at the southern end of the Spray Mountain Range in the Kananaskis Country in the central Canadian Rockies. Mount Indefatigable was named after a WWI battleship. With an elevation of 2,670 m (8,759 ft), Mount Indefatigable offers excellent views that include Upper Kananaskis Lake, the Mount Joffre glaciated region, the glaciated Royal Group, and Mount Sir Douglas.
Indefatigable Mount Trail is a 6.9 km (4.2 mi) loop trail, which is recommended for experienced hikers only. It features elevation gain of 900 m (2,952 ft) and is best used from June through September. However, do keep in mind that the trail gets frequently closed down by August due to bear activity. The first part of the trail goes through a beautiful forest but soon it gets rather steep. The trail begins at the Interlakes parking area by the picturesque Upper Kananaskis Lake.