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Kiglapait Mountains 2500-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 1000 feet of Clean Prominence

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft Range (Level 6)Isol-Mi
1.Man O'War Peak34453145 64.6
2.Mount Thoresby30003000 8.7
3.Mount Lister28002700 13.7
4.Peak 2900 Map 14D16 No 229002400 4.7
4.Peak 2600 Map 14E126002400 5.4
6.Peak 3400 Map 14E234002200 37.8
7.Peak 3200 Map 14E132002100 4.4
7.Aupalukitak Mountain30002100 6.6
9.Peak 3300 Map 14E133002000 12.0
9.Peak 2900 Map 14D16 No 129002000 13.3
9.Peak 2600 Map 14E726002000 8.8
12.Peak 2800 Map 14E8 No 228001900 4.5
12.Peak 2800 Map 14F428001900 12.1
 Peak 2400 Map 14D1624001600 6.6
14.Peak 2700 Map 14D1527001500 9.8
15.Peak 2800 Map 14E8 No 128001400 3.7
16.Peak 3100 Map 14E131001300 3.7
17.Peak 3000 Map 14D16 No 130001200 7.7
17.Peak 2700 Map 14F327001200 3.4
 Peak 2400 Map 14C1324001200 5.1
19.Peak 3000 Map 14D16 No 230001100 4.9
 Peak 2500 Map 14D152500900 8.0
 Peak 3300 Map 14E23300700 2.0
 Peak 2900 Map 14E12900400 2.6
 Peak 2400 Map 14E12400300 3.7

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List Description

List Info

The Kiglapait Mountains lie near Nain, in nothern Labrador but south of the Torngat and Kauamjet Mountains. Not as high as those ranges, they still boast very rugged terrain and many peaks with high prominence values. Most peaks here do not have names, so I assigned them a designation based on their elevation and map sheet. I would imagine that most of these summits have not yet been climbed.


Richard Garland is 99% responsible for this list. I verified his work by double-checking his contor-counting and cleaning up the latitude-longitudes using GIS software. See his web page below for his verison of the list.


     Papa Bear's Torngat's Page - Richard Garland
     Toporama: Canadian Topographic Maps Online


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