Nadina Mountain, British Columbia
Elevation: 2124 meters, 6969 feet
|Peak Type||Unofficially Named Peak|
|Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)||54° 5' 43'' N; 126° 52' 44'' W|
54.095331, -126.878854 (Dec Deg)
638712E 5996208N Zone 9 (UTM)
|County/Second Level Region||Bulkley-Nechako|
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Nadina Mountain is a striking, free-standing peak of volcanic origins, situated in NW British Columbia, just east of the Hazelton Mountains. It isn't technically a part of the Hazeltons and rises out of the forested foothills. It is notable for its flat top, with a permanenet snowfield and for the csatellated volcanic rocks which form a dramatic edge to the summit plateau, especially on the western side.
Nadina Mountain recently became a provincial park in BC. Its status is due to wildlife habitat; lots of mountain goats and sheep in the area. Nearest road is the dirt road from Houston - and a logical access point is Owen Lake, with a lodge on its western shore. A primitive hiking trail starts at the lodge and provides access to the scramble up one of the couloirs. Snow lingers on Nadina till June or early July. Take an ice axe.
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