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Mount Christie, Alberta


Prominence: 320 m, 1050 ft

Elevation: 3120+ meters, 10,236+ feet


True Isolation: 1.67 km, 1.04 mi
Elevation Info:Elevation range: 3120 - 3160 m
    (40-meter closed contour)
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)52° 31' 49'' N, 117° 48' 35'' W
52.530354, -117.809729 (Dec Deg)
445071 E 5820336 N, Zone 11 (UTM)
CountryCanada
State/ProvinceAlberta
County/Second Level RegionDiv. 15 - Banff
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Mount Christie and Brussels Peak (2014). Photo by Gary Spencer.
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ProminenceKey Col Page  (Detailed prominence information)
  Clean Prominence: 320 m/1050 ft
  Optimistic Prominence: 360 m/1181 ft
  Key Col: 2800 m/9186 ft
IsolationIsolation Page  (Detailed isolation information)
   Distance: 1.67 km/1.04 mi
   Isolation Limit Point: 52.5175, -117.8225
Nearest Higher Neighbor in the PBC database:
    Mount Brussels  (SSW)
RangesContinent: North America
Range2: Rocky Mountains
Range3: Canadian Rockies
Range4: Central Main Ranges
Range5: North Icefields
Range6: Hooker Icefield
Drainage BasinsMackenzie
Beaufort Sea
Arctic Ocean
OwnershipLand: Jasper National Park
Topo MapAthabasca Falls 83 C/12 1:50,000
Data Source1:50,000 Topographic Survey Map
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