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British Columbia 11,000-foot Peaks

RankPeak Elev-M
Range (Level 4)Isol-KmAscent Date
1.Mount Fairweather46713961Fairweather Range200.3 
2.Mount Quincy Adams4150420Fairweather Range4.3 
3.Mount Waddington40193289Northern Pacific Ranges562.4 
 Mount Waddington-Northwest Peak397585Northern Pacific Ranges.3 
4.Mount Robson39592829Northern Continental Ranges459.5 
 Mount Waddington-The Tooth393040Northern Pacific Ranges.2 
5.Mount Root3928908Fairweather Range8.8 
6.Mount Tiedemann3838848Northern Pacific Ranges2.9 
7.Mount Fairweather-Northeast Peak3789259Fairweather Range3.1 
8.Combatant Mountain3762252Northern Pacific Ranges.6 
9.Mount Columbia37412371Central Main Ranges158.0 
10.Asperity Mountain3723193Northern Pacific Ranges1.1 
11.Mount Clemenceau36641494Central Main Ranges35.9 
12.Serra Peaks3650240Northern Pacific Ranges.8 
13.Serra 33631161Northern Pacific Ranges.3 
14.Mount Assiniboine36162082Southern Continental Ranges141.8 
15.Serra 23605135Northern Pacific Ranges.2 
16.Serra 53590100Northern Pacific Ranges.2 
17.Mount Goodsir35671917Southern Continental Ranges64.1 
18.Monarch Mountain35552925Northern Pacific Ranges71.4 
19.Mount Sir Sandford35192703Selkirk Mountains62.0 
20.Mount Sir Wilfrid Laurier35162728Cariboo Mountains51.7 
21.Snow Dome3510300Central Main Ranges8.3 
22.Mount Goodsir-North Tower3507317Southern Continental Ranges1.5 
 Damocles Peak350757Northern Pacific Ranges1.0 
23.Mount Bryce35001264Central Main Ranges14.1 
24.Mount Lyell34981088Central Main Ranges16.0 
25.Mount Farnham34932123Purcell Mountains72.7 
26.Hungabee Mountain3490987Southern Continental Ranges5.8 
 Serra 1349050Northern Pacific Ranges.3 
27.Mount Victoria3467537Southern Continental Ranges5.2 
28.Mount Lyell-Walter Peak3448138Central Main Ranges.5 
29.Mount Lefroy3442417Southern Continental Ranges2.6 
30.Mount King Edward3440690Central Main Ranges5.4 
31.Mount Jumbo3437747Purcell Mountains11.0 
32.Mount Joffre34331505Southern Continental Ranges49.2 
 Tellot Dome343040Northern Pacific Ranges.4 
 Lunette Peak342838Southern Continental Ranges.4 
33.Deltaform Mountain3426822Southern Continental Ranges4.4 
34.The Helmet3418128Northern Continental Ranges1.1 
35.Tsar Mountain34171253Central Main Ranges19.8 
36.Mount King George34131329Southern Continental Ranges15.9 
37.Howser Spire34121299Purcell Mountains35.4 
38.Mount Sir Douglas34111141Southern Continental Ranges14.8 
38.Karnak Mountain3411121Purcell Mountains.8 
 Mount Victoria-North Peak341121Southern Continental Ranges.9 
40.Resplendent Mountain3408478Northern Continental Ranges3.0 
41.Mount Delphine3406516Purcell Mountains3.6 
41.Mount Lyell-Christian Peak3406116Central Main Ranges.9 
43.Mount Alexandra3401411Central Main Ranges7.0 
44.Whitehorn Mountain33991747Northern Continental Ranges7.9 
45.Mount Sir John Abbott3398608Cariboo Mountains4.4 
46.Stiletto Peak3395165Northern Pacific Ranges.5 
 Mount Tellot339080Northern Pacific Ranges.5 
 Rae Peak339060Southern Continental Ranges.7 
47.Mount Hammond3387237Purcell Mountains.9 
47.Farnham Tower3387132Purcell Mountains1.0 
49.Mount Bryce-Northeast Peak3385155Central Main Ranges1.0 
50.Mount Dawson33772045Selkirk Mountains63.4 
51.Commander Mountain3371101Purcell Mountains1.5 
52.Spearman Peak3370140Northern Pacific Ranges2.0 
53.South Howser Spire3364134Purcell Mountains.4 
54.Tusk Peak33621092Central Main Ranges4.6 
54.Eyebrow Peak3362911Purcell Mountains11.4 
56.Mount Harrison33601770Southern Continental Ranges52.1 
57.Mount Peter3357347Purcell Mountains2.0 
58.Mount Munday3356426Northern Pacific Ranges3.9 
 Tellot Spires335646Northern Pacific Ranges.3 
59.Mount Selwyn3355145Selkirk Mountains1.0 

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