Glacier National Park Selkirks
|Map of Glacier National Park Selkirks|
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Major Peaks of the Glacier National Park Selkirks
|Ten Highest Peaks|
|1.||Mount Dawson||3377||11,079||South Glacier Park Selkirks|
|2.||Mount Selwyn||3355||11,007||South Glacier Park Selkirks|
|3.||Mount Wheeler||3336||10,945||South Glacier Park Selkirks|
|4.||Grand Mountain||3287||10,784||South Glacier Park Selkirks|
|5.||Mount Sir Donald||3284||10,774||Sir Donald Range|
|6.||Iconoclast Mountain||3236||10,617||North Glacier Park Selkirks|
|7.||Mount Kilpatrick||3224||10,577||South Glacier Park Selkirks|
|8.||Mount Fox||3196||10,486||South Glacier Park Selkirks|
|9.||Rogers Peak||3169||10,397||Hermit Range|
|10.||Sorcerer Mountain||3167||10,390||North Glacier Park Selkirks|
|Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.|
Photos of Peaks in the Glacier National Park Selkirks
|Ursus Major Mountain|
I believe this peak rising above Balu Pass in the Selkirks is Ursus Major (1992-08-08).
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