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British Columbia 11,000-foot Peaks

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft Range (Level 4)Isol-Mi
1.Mount Fairweather15,32512,963Fairweather Range124.4
2.Mount Quincy Adams13,6151345Fairweather Range2.7
3.Mount Waddington13,18610,758Northern Pacific Ranges349.5
 Mount Waddington-Northwest Peak13,041246Northern Pacific Ranges.2
4.Mount Robson12,9899249Northern Continental Ranges285.5
5.Mount Root12,8872913Fairweather Range5.5
 Mount Waddington-The Tooth12,86166Northern Pacific Ranges.1
6.Mount Tiedemann12,5922749Northern Pacific Ranges1.8
7.Mount Fairweather-Northeast Peak12,431817Fairweather Range1.9
8.Combatant Mountain12,343794Northern Pacific Ranges.4
9.Mount Columbia12,2747746Central Main Ranges98.2
10.Asperity Mountain12,215601Northern Pacific Ranges.7
11.Mount Clemenceau12,0214869Central Main Ranges22.3
12.Serra Peaks11,975755Northern Pacific Ranges.5
13.Serra 311,913496Northern Pacific Ranges.2
14.Mount Assiniboine11,8646831Southern Continental Ranges88.1
15.Serra 211,827410Northern Pacific Ranges.2
 Serra 511,745262Northern Pacific Ranges.1
16.Mount Goodsir11,7036257Southern Continental Ranges39.8
17.Monarch Mountain11,6639563Northern Pacific Ranges44.4
18.Mount Sir Sandford11,5458868Selkirk Mountains38.5
19.Mount Sir Wilfrid Laurier11,5358950Cariboo Mountains32.1
20.Mount Goodsir-North Tower11,5061007Southern Continental Ranges1.0
 Damocles Peak11,506154Northern Pacific Ranges.6
21.Mount Bryce11,4834147Central Main Ranges8.7
21.Snow Dome11,483919Central Main Ranges5.2
23.Mount Lyell11,4763536Central Main Ranges9.9
24.Mount Farnham11,4606932Purcell Mountains45.2
25.Hungabee Mountain11,4503238Southern Continental Ranges3.6
 Serra 111,41798Northern Pacific Ranges.2
26.Mount Victoria11,3751729Southern Continental Ranges3.2
27.Mount Lyell-Walter Peak11,312420Central Main Ranges.3
28.Mount Lefroy11,2931368Southern Continental Ranges1.6
29.Mount King Edward11,2862231Central Main Ranges3.4
30.Mount Jumbo11,2762418Purcell Mountains6.8
31.Mount Joffre11,2634938Southern Continental Ranges30.6
 Lunette Peak11,24792Southern Continental Ranges.3
32.Deltaform Mountain11,2402697Southern Continental Ranges2.8
 Tellot Dome11,22065Northern Pacific Ranges.2
33.The Helmet11,214387Northern Continental Ranges.7
34.Tsar Mountain11,2114111Central Main Ranges12.3
35.Mount King George11,1984361Southern Continental Ranges9.9
36.Howser Spire11,1944262Purcell Mountains22.0
37.Mount Sir Douglas11,1913711Southern Continental Ranges9.2
37.Karnak Mountain11,191364Purcell Mountains.5
 Mount Victoria-North Peak11,19136Southern Continental Ranges.6
39.Resplendent Mountain11,1811535Northern Continental Ranges1.9
40.Mount Delphine11,1751661Purcell Mountains2.2
40.Mount Lyell-Christian Peak11,175348Central Main Ranges.6
42.Mount Alexandra11,1581315Central Main Ranges4.4
43.Whitehorn Mountain11,1525732Northern Continental Ranges4.9
44.Mount Sir John Abbott11,1481962Cariboo Mountains2.7
45.Stiletto Peak11,138508Northern Pacific Ranges.3
46.Mount Hammond11,112745Purcell Mountains.6
46.Farnham Tower11,112433Purcell Mountains.6
48.Mount Bryce-Northeast Peak11,106476Central Main Ranges.6
 Mount Tellot11,089197Northern Pacific Ranges.3
 Rae Peak11,089131Southern Continental Ranges.4
49.Mount Dawson11,0796709Selkirk Mountains39.4
 Commander Mountain11,060299Purcell Mountains.9
50.Spearman Peak11,056426Northern Pacific Ranges1.2
51.South Howser Spire11,037407Purcell Mountains.3
52.Tusk Peak11,0303550Central Main Ranges2.8
52.Eyebrow Peak11,0302989Purcell Mountains7.1
54.Mount Harrison11,0245775Southern Continental Ranges32.4
55.Mount Peter11,0141106Purcell Mountains1.2
56.Mount Munday11,0101364Northern Pacific Ranges2.4
 Tellot Spires11,010118Northern Pacific Ranges.2
57.Mount Selwyn11,007443Selkirk Mountains.6

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