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Canada Peaks with over 7000 feet of Prominence

RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft Range (Level 3)Isol-Mi
1.Mount Logan17,21519,541Saint Elias Mountains387.0
2.Mount Fairweather12,96315,325Saint Elias Mountains124.4
3.Mount Saint Elias11,18418,008Saint Elias Mountains25.6
4.Mount Waddington10,75813,186Coast Mountains349.5
5.Mount Lucania997417,192Saint Elias Mountains26.7
6.Monarch Mountain956311,663Coast Mountains44.4
7.Mount Robson924912,989Canadian Rockies285.5
8.Mount Sir Wilfrid Laurier895011,535Columbia Mountains32.1
9.Mount Sir Sandford886811,545Columbia Mountains38.5
10.Mount Vancouver883215,787Saint Elias Mountains27.4
11.Barbeau Peak85838583Queen Elizabeth Islands494.6
12.Skihist Mountain80329738Coast Mountains97.6
13.Mount Hubbard799514,950Saint Elias Mountains21.3
14.Mount Ratz797310,138Coast Mountains193.4
15.Mount Odin79039747Columbia Mountains40.7
16.Mount Monashee785410,741Columbia Mountains32.2
17.Mount Columbia774612,274Canadian Rockies98.2
18.Mount Queen Bess772610,820Coast Mountains28.2
19.Mount Cook766013,760Saint Elias Mountains14.5
20.Mount Cooper760810,151Columbia Mountains31.0
21.Ulysses Mountain74939921Far Northern Rockies270.8
22.Wedge Mountain73789488Coast Mountains39.7
23.Otter Mountain73568832Coast Mountains15.8
24.Kwatna Peak72677480Coast Mountains22.9
25.Outlook Peak72517251Queen Elizabeth Islands166.3
26.Golden Hinde72017201Northwest Coast Islands87.7
27.Scud Peak71269800Coast Mountains35.7
28.Razorback Mountain706410,443Coast Mountains22.7
29.Keele Peak70609685Mackenzie Mountains337.5
30.Mount Odin70317031Baffin Island363.9

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