Hungabee Mountain is a major summit in the Lake Louise and Lake O'Hara region of the Canadian Rockies, sitting on the Continental Divide, straddling the Alberta/British Columbia border as well as the Yoho/Banff National Park border. The views of this mountain are impressive from any side. Its most common vantage point may be Mt. Temple from the east, from where the east face appears as a steep 3500-ft wall. Deltaform Mountain provides a very different vantage point from the south, from where one can inspect the standard West Ridge route (III, 5.4). This route is described in Bill Corbett's 11,000ers of the Canadian Rockies guidebook.
The FKT route is out & back from Lake O'Hara.