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Mountain ranges of Qikiqtaaluk Region

                                               

Opeongo Hills

The Opeongo Hills are a range of hills in Southern Ontario, near Algonquin Provincial Park. The hills stretch from Opeongo Lake in Algonquin Park in the west, along the Madawaska and Opeongo Rivers, towards the Opeongo Colonization Road, and exte ...

                                               

List of mountain ranges of Quebec

Monts Torngat - Located on the Labrador Peninsula at the northern tip of Newfoundland and Labrador and eastern Quebec part of the Arctic Cordillera, rising to a highest point of 1.652 m 5.420 ft at Mount Caubvick highest point of the province. La ...

                                               

Mackenzie Mountains

The Mackenzie Mountains are a mountain range forming part of the Yukon-Northwest Territories boundary between the Liard and Peel rivers. The range is named in honour of Canadas second prime minister, Alexander Mackenzie. Nahanni National Park Res ...

                                               

Mount Campion

Mount Campion is a mountain in Alberta, Canada. It is located in Jasper National Park. The peak of Mount Campion is 2.194 metres above sea level. The terrain around Mount Campion is mainly hilly. The highest point in the vicinity is 2.575 metres ...

                                               

Coliseum Mountain

Coliseum Mountain is a peak north of the town of Nordegg, Alberta, Canada. It is in the David Thompson Country of the Canadian Rockies. It has a summit of 2.035 m. The mountain was named after its amphitheatre bowl shape resembling the Colosseum ...

                                               

Crowsnest Mountain

Crowsnest Mountain is a scenic mountain in the southern Canadian Rockies of southwestern Alberta, Canada. It can be seen from Alberta Highway 3 west of the town of Coleman in the Crowsnest Pass. The mountain was originally named by the Cree First ...

                                               

Glacier Peak (Canadian Rockies)

Glacier Peak is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia in the Canadian Rockies. It was named in 1894 by Samuel E.S. Allen in reference to the glacier on the northern side of the mountain.

                                               

Grotto Mountain

Grotto Mountain is a mountain located in the Bow River valley, across from Canmore, Alberta, Canada. It is a popular hiking spot among locals and is home to the Rats Nest Cave. The mountain was named for a grotto-like cave within it. There are tw ...

                                               

Mount Maude (Canada)

Mount Maude is a mountain located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia on the Continental Divide. It was named in 1918 after Lieutenant General Sir Frederick Stanley Maude. Maude was a British commander who captured Baghdad during World ...

                                               

Mount Michener

Mount Michener, with a 2.545 m peak, is a mountain on the eastern border of the Canadian Rockies in Alberta, Canada. It forms the northerly part of the Ram Range. The mountain sits on the shore of Abraham Lake and its north, west and south face a ...

                                               

Mount Rhondda

Mount Rhondda is located on the Continental Divide straddling the Canadian provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. It was named in 1917 by the Interprovincial Boundary Survey after David Alfred Thomas, First Viscount Baron Rhondda.

                                               

Sulphur Mountain (Alberta)

Sulphur Mountain is a mountain in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rocky Mountains overlooking the town of Banff, Alberta, Canada. The mountain was named in 1916 for the hot springs on its lower slopes. George Dawson had referred to this landf ...

                                               

The Towers (Canada)

The Towers is a 2.842-metre mountain located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia on the Continental Divide. It also straddles the shared boundary of Banff National Park with Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park. It was named in 1917 by Art ...

                                               

Turtle Mountain (Alberta)

Turtle Mountain is a mountain in Alberta, Canada. It is located in the Crowsnest River Valley and is part of the Blairmore Range of the Canadian Rockies. The headwaters of the Oldman River are found here.

                                               

Battle Mountain (British Columbia)

Battle Mountain is a mountain in east-central British Columbia, Canada, located in the south-east region of Wells Gray Provincial Park. The Clearwater River flows to the west, Stevens Lakes are to the east, Philip Creek is to the south and Hemp C ...

                                               

Ben Lomond (North Shore Mountains)

Ben Lomond, formerly Ben Lomond Mountain, elevation 1.654 metres, is a mountain in the North Shore Mountains of southwestern British Columbia, Canada. It is located southeast of the town of Squamish and immediately west of Loch Lomond and was nam ...

                                               

Bennett Peak (British Columbia)

Not to be confused with Mount Richard Bennett also in British Columbia or Bennett Peak, Colorado Bennett Peak is in the Stikine Region of British Columbia, Canada, near the border with Yukon. The elevation is variously stated as 2.052 meters 6.73 ...

                                               

Mount Biddle

Mount Biddle is in the Park Ranges of the Rocky Mountains in British Columbia, Canada. It is 3.320 metres 10.890 ft high, rising 731 metres 2.398 ft above Opabin Pass, which separates it from Mount Hungabee. It is near to Lake McArthur. The mount ...

                                               

Mount Brew

There are three mountains named Mount Brew in British Columbia: Mount Brew Cariboo Mountains - just N of Quesnel Lake Mount Brew Cheakamus River - near Whistler/Squamish Mount Brew Lillooet Ranges - just S of Lillooet

                                               

Commander Mountain

Commander Mountain is a 3.371 meter glaciated mountain summit located 42 km west-southwest of Invermere in the Purcell Mountains of southeast British Columbia, Canada. It is the seventh-highest mountain in the Purcells. The nearest higher peak is ...

                                               

Constable Peak

Constable Peak is a 2.824 metres peak in British Columbia, Canada, rising to a prominence of 844 metres above Racing-Tuchodi Pass. Its line parent is King Peak, 15 kilometres away. It is part of the Tower of London Range of the Muskwa Ranges in t ...

                                               

Develin Peak

Develin Peak is a 2.759-metre peak in British Columbia, Canada, with a prominence of 274 metres. Its line parent is Peck NW2, 2 kilometres away. It is part of the Tower of London Range of the Muskwa Ranges in the Canadian Rockies, to the north th ...

                                               

Dieppe Mountain

Dieppe Mountain is a 2.863 metres peak in British Columbia, Canada, rising to a prominence of 1.058 metres above Gataga Pass. Its line parent is Tuchodi Peak, 55 kilometres away. It is part of the Northern Rocky Mountains. The mountain is part of ...

                                               

Dunn Peak

Dunn Peak is a group of peaks in the central Interior of British Columbia, Canada. Its most prominent summit, Matterhorn Peak, rises to 2.636 metres, making it the highest point in the Shuswap Highland.

                                               

Mount Earl Grey

Mount Earl Grey is a 3.149-metre mountain summit located in the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia, Canada. It is situated 42 km southwest of Invermere, and 52 km north-northeast of Kaslo, on the northern boundary of Purcell Wilderness Conserv ...

                                               

Fusilier Peak

Fusilier Peak is a 2.747 metres peak in British Columbia, Canada. Its line parent is Constable Peak, 2 kilometres away. It is part of the Tower of London Range of the Muskwa Ranges in the Canadian Rockies. Fusilier Peak was named by the Royal Fus ...

                                               

Hermitage Peak (British Columbia)

Hermitage Peak is a 2.313 metres peak in British Columbia, Canada. Its line parent is Constable Peak, 4 kilometres away. It is part of the Tower of London Range of the Muskwa Ranges in the Canadian Rockies.

                                               

King Peak (British Columbia)

King Peak is a 2.848 metres peak in British Columbia, Canada, rising to a prominence of 918 metres above Grizzly Pass. Its line parent is Normandy Mountain, 28 kilometres away. It is part of the Canadian Rockies.

                                               

Mount Laussedat

Mount Laussedat is a 3.052-meter mountain summit located in the Canadian Rockies of British Columbia, Canada. It is the highest point in the Southwest Central Park Ranges. The mountain is situated 29 km north of Golden in the Blaeberry Valley. Th ...

                                               

Mount Lloyd George

Mount Lloyd George is a 2.938 metres peak in British Columbia, Canada, rising to a prominence of 1.208 metres above Lloyd George Pass. Its line parent is Mount Sylvia, 37 kilometres away. It is part of the Northern Rocky Mountains.

                                               

Mount Marriott

Mount Marriott is a mountain located in British Columbia, Canada. It is a dry peak near the head of the Cayoosh Creek. It is easily reached by trail, and the best time to climb the mountain is in the month of July. There are a few lakes in close ...

                                               

Mount Douglas, Greater Victoria

Mount Douglas is a prominent, 225 m hill in Greater Victoria, British Columbia. It is located on the ancestral lands of the Saanich and Songhees people.

                                               

Normandy Mountain

Normandy Mountain is a 2.849 metres peak in British Columbia, Canada, rising to a prominence of 924 metres. Its line parent is Dieppe Mountain, 19 kilometres away. It is part of the Canadian Rockies.

                                               

North Bastion Mountain

North Bastion Mountain is a 2.696 metres peak in British Columbia, Canada. Its line parent is The White Tower, 4 kilometres away. It is part of the Tower of London Range of the Muskwa Ranges in the Canadian Rockies. South Bastion Mountain is name ...

                                               

Paget Peak

Paget Peak has an elevation of 2.560 metres 8.400 ft. It is in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, at the southern end of the Mount Daly Range, beside Mount Bosworth. It is just south of the Continental Divide of the Americas and 2 kilometres 1 ...

                                               

Peck NW2

Peck NW2 is a 2.759 metres peak in British Columbia, Canada, with a prominence of 186 metres. Its line parent is Mount Peck, 2 kilometres away. It is part of the Tower of London Range of the Muskwa Ranges in the Canadian Rockies.

                                               

Raft Mountain

Raft Mountain is a mountain in east-central British Columbia, Canada, located north-east of Clearwater and just outside the south boundary of Wells Gray Provincial Park. The Clearwater River flows to the west, Raft River to the east, Spahats Cree ...

                                               

Redtop Mountain

Redtop Mountain is a 3.156-metre mountain summit located in the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia, Canada. It is situated 44 km southwest of Invermere, and 49 km north-northeast of Kaslo, on the northern boundary of Purcell Wilderness Conserv ...

                                               

South Bastion Mountain

South Bastion Mountain is a 2.664 metres peak in British Columbia, Canada. Its line parent is Develin Peak, 1 kilometre away. It is part of the Tower of London Range of the Muskwa Ranges in the Canadian Rockies. South Bastion Mountain is named af ...

                                               

Mount Swannell

Mount Swannell, 1821 m, prominence 771 m, is a mountain in the Fawnie Range of the Nechako Plateau in the Central Interior region of British Columbia, Canada. It is located to the south of the outlet of the Entiako River into Natalkuz Lake, which ...

                                               

Tetrahedron Peak

Tetrahedron Peak is a mountain in British Columbia, Canada. The highest peak on the Sunshine Coast, it rises to an elevation of 1739 metres, with a prominence of 1164 metres. It is located in the Tetrahedron Provincial Park.

                                               

The White Tower (British Columbia)

The White Tower is a 2.732 metres peak in British Columbia, Canada. Its line parent is Fusilier Peak, 10 kilometres away. It is part of the Tower of London Range of the Muskwa Ranges in the Canadian Rockies. The White Tower is named after the Whi ...

                                               

Tower Mountain (British Columbia)

Tower Mountain is a 2.269 metres peak in British Columbia, Canada. Its line parent is Hermitage Peak, 2 kilometres away. It is part of the Tower of London Range of the Muskwa Ranges in the Canadian Rockies. Tower Mountain overlooks the south end ...

                                               

Trophy Mountain

Trophy Mountain is a mountain in east-central British Columbia, Canada, located in the south-east region of Wells Gray Provincial Park. The Clearwater River flows to the west, Raft River to the east and Spahats Creek to the south. Trophy Mountain ...

                                               

Tuchodi Peak

Tuchodi Peak is a 2.900 metres peak in British Columbia, Canada, rising to a prominence of 1.210 metres above South Gataga Pass. Its line parent is Mount Lloyd George, 23 kilometres away. It is part of the Northern Rocky Mountains, and is named a ...

                                               

Unnecessary Mountain

Unnecessary Mountain, also called Mount Unnecessary, is a peak in the North Shore Mountains near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and a popular hiking destination. It is accessible via the Howe Sound Crest Trail and a direct route from Lions B ...

                                               

White Horse Bluff

About half a million years ago, the Clearwater Valley was filled by a lake backed up by a lava dam near Hemp Creek. White Horse Bluff is a complex volcanic formation that erupted underneath this lake. The outer lava cooled rapidly as it encounter ...

                                               

Mount Work

Mount Work is a 449 m mountain in the Gowlland Range on southern Vancouver Island. It is located within Mount Work Regional Park in the District of Highlands, near Gowlland Tod Provincial Park and Goldstream Provincial Park, 14 km northwest of Vi ...

                                               

Mountains of the Lower Mainland

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