Peak 3992, Québec/Newfoundland

Prominence: 364 m, 1192 ft

Elevation: 1217 meters, 3992 feet

Approx. Isolation: 3.2 km, 1.99 mi
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)58° 50' 32'' N; 63° 50' 41'' W
58.84225, -63.84461 (Dec Deg)
451254E 6522794N Zone 20 (UTM)
County/Second Level RegionKativik
Div. 11 - Nunatsiavut

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     Quebec 1000-meter Peaks (Rank #11)

Selected Trip Reports from this site:
     2004-08-11 by Greg Slayden (GPS Track)

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This unnamed peak is the high point of a large, irregular massif located west of Mount Caubvick, on the Quebec-Newfoundland border. The higher slopes are a rolling tableland of talus and tundra. The ascent is relatively easy talus slogging from most sides. The north and south sides of the massif are incised by deep creek canyons.

A party of Jack Bennett, Greg Slayden, Billie Butterfield, Mitch Sheldon, and Sue Richman climbed this peak in 2004 and saw no summit cairn or any other sign of previous human visitation.

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ProminenceKey Col Page  (Detailed prominence information)
  Clean Prominence: 364 m/1192 ft
  Optimistic Prominence: 394 m/1292 ft
  Line Parent: Mont D'Iberville
  Key Col: 853 m/2800 ft
Isolation3.2 km/1.99 mi
Nearest Higher Neighbor in the PBC database:
    Peak 4824  (W)
Isolation distance is based on NHN and is slightly overstated.
RangesContinent: North America
Range2: North America Plains
Range3: Canadian Shield
Range4: Torngat Mountains
Range5: South Interior Torngats
Range6: Selamiut Range
Ridges/DividesLaurentian Divide
Drainage Basins
Labrador Sea
Atlantic Ocean

Hudson Strait
Labrador Sea
Atlantic Ocean
Topo MapCirque Mountain 14 L/13 1:50,000
First AscentAugust 11, 2004
Jack Bennett (United States)
Greg Slayden (United States)

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