Well its not in K-Country. It’s not too close to town. Hanging in purgatory on HWY 22 between the Highwood and the Crowsnest. The Whaleback is a emerald gem with a prism of wildflowers, ancient cracks of weathered Limber Pines, fresh, revitalizing horizons of unfamiliar foothills and peaks. The Whaleback ridge is a treasure. Take care to get access across private land if needed. We used the Black Mountain access.