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Eastern Canada Peaks with 2000 feet of Prominence - Multiple Ascents Grid

RankPeak Elev-M
TotalRound 1
1.Mount Caubvick16521367  
2.Four Peaks High Point13561311  
2.Peak 5100 Map 24I1615701311  
4.Brave Mountain12341219  
5.Peak 478614591169  
6.Peak 5000 Map 24P115391128  
6.Peak 4200 Map 24P912951128  
8.Peak 468614281108  
9.Mont Jacques-Cartier12761101  
10.Mount Tetragona13561036  
11.Mount Eliot13881007  
12.Four Peaks-South Peak12651006  
13.Man O'War Peak1050974  
14.Peak 4300 Map 14L111326945  
15.Mount Thoresby930930  
15.Cod Island High Point930930  
17.Innuit Mountain1509915  
18.North Aulatsivik Island High Point930914  
18.The Finger1021914  
20.Peak 3600 Map 24P91113884  
21.Kammarsuit Mountain905860  
22.Peak 4300 Map 24P11326853  
22.Mount Lister869853  
22.Kutyaupak Mountain1082853  
25.Mealy Mountains High Point1190842  
26.Mount Razorback1113823  
26.Four Peaks-North Peak1082823  
28.Cirque Mountain1568821  
29.The Cabox812812  
30.Blow Me Down Mountain1183802  
31.Mount Pinguksoak1243801  
32.Ikordlearsuk Mountain844799  
33.Peak 5000 Map 24I161539792  
34.Mont Raoul-Blanchard1175790  
35.Finger Hill Island High Point777777  
36.Peak 2900 Map 14D16 No 2899762  
36.Peak 2600 Map 14E1808762  
36.Peak 3300 Map 14F131021762  
36.Peak 3500 Map 24P91082762  
36.Peak 2700 Map 14M3838762  
41.Peak 39451202760  
42.Mount Barnes-Pauzé1470754  
43.Peak 3720 Map 24P81134753  
44.Mount Cornelius917750  
45.Peak 2803854748  
46.Mont Albert1151746  
47.Peak 4200 Map 24P1 No 11295732  
48.Mont Saint-Pierre906731  
48.Mont Blanc1065731  
50.Mont Jacques-Rousseau1261728  
51.Torngarsoak Mountain1595726  
52.Le Round Top962717  
53.Sommet TG71273710  
54.Peak 2363720705  
55.Gros Morne807704  
56.Mount Goetze1173701  
56.Four Peaks-East Peak1234701  
56.Peak 3400 Map 14E21052701  
56.Peak 3800 Map 24P91173701  
60.Mont Yapeitso1135688  
61.Quartzite Mountain1186683  
62.Mount Kaputyat1121679  
63.Mont de l'Ouest925677  
64.Peak 3300 Map 14M51021671  
64.Peak 3600 Map 14L101113671  
64.Peak 3600 Map 14L111113671  
64.Peak 3900 Map 14L51204671  
64.Peak 3200 Map 14E1991671  
64.Aupalukitak Mountain930671  
64.Cod Island Peak 2700838671  
71.Mount Bache655640  
71.Peak 2500 Map 24P9777640  
71.Peak 3300 Map 14E11021640  
71.Peak 2900 Map 14D16 No 1899640  
71.Peak 2600 Map 14E7808640  
71.Four Peaks-Southeast Peak930640  
71.Peak 4100 Map 24P1 No 11265640  
71.Peak 2700 Map 14L7 North838640  
71.Peak 2300 Map 14M3716640  
80.Mont Jérémie1055630  
80.Mont Logan1155630  
82.Peak 34151041629  
83.Mount Carleton820625  
84.Mont des Neiges979618  
85.Peak 2800 Map 24P16869610  
85.Peak 3600 Map 24P91113610  
85.Peak 3500 Map 24P91082610  
85.Peak 2600 Map 14M3808610  
85.Peak 3700 Map 14L111143610  
85.Peak 4700 Map 24I16 No 11448610  
85.Peak 2800 Map 14E8 No 2869610  
85.Peak 2800 Map 14F4869610  
85.Peak 2300 Map 14M5716610  
85.Peak 2000 Map 25A1625610  
 Peak 3800 Map 14M41173579  
 Peak 4500 Map 14L121387579  

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About the Multiple Ascent Grid:

  • This table grid shows all peaks on a given list, and all ascents done by Dean Molen, up to 10 ascents per peak.
  • While many peakbaggers do not like to repeat ascents, some will try to do multiple "laps" or "rounds" of a favorite list, often one close to home.
  • The header for each ascent column shows, in parentheses, the total number of peaks climbed in each "round", and clicking the header link will sort your ascents for that round.
  • Due to space limitations, this listing has just the basic peak info, so up to ten date columns can be shown. Please use the main peak list (linked above) for more basic info and functionality.
  • Some climbers will log two ascents of the same peak on the same day--for example, when doing an out-and-back ridge run with other ascents sandwiched between two of the same peak. Some might not consider these to be two separate ascents for the purposes of doing multiple rounds. Clicking on the "Count a peak only once per day" link in the header will collapse multiple ascents of a peak on a single day into just one ascent for this grid list.

List Description

List Info

2000 feet of prominence has become an informal threshold among U.S. prominence researchers that signifies that a peak has major stature. There are just enough of these peaks to keep track of them, and tallys of the number of peaks with prominence of 2000 feet (P2K) by state and region is used as a rough measure of mountainous ruggedness.

Edward Earl, Andy Martin, and others compiled lists of all the P2K peaks in the 48 U.S. states--a total of about 1200, with Nevada (169), California (163), and Washington State (144) having the most. Alaska is so huge and so mountainous that no attempt has been made to tabulate all the P2Ks there; instead, a 5000-foot threshold gives plenty of results. Western Canada is like Alaska--any attempt to find all the P2Ks would be a massive undertaking.

Therefore, I decided to find out how many P2Ks there were in eastern Canada. I figured that there were not too many--the highpoint of the Torngat Mounains, a few in the northern Appalachians, and the Newfoundland island high point. My guess was that there were maybe about ten.

When I started looking at the online topo maps of the Torngat Mountains, though, it became clear that there were scores of P2K peaks. I posted my preliminiary tally of about 40 or so, and over the next few months Richard Garland picked up where I left off, finding more Torngat peaks and exploring off into the other ranges of Labrador. I double-checked Richard's work using GIS software to help me make sense of the terrible online Toporama maps, and determined all the P2K peaks in the Canadian Appalachians. Together, Richard and I came up with this list of 73 peaks.

This is an amazingly high number. This is almost as many P2K peaks than in the eastern USA (78) or Colorado (81), and the same as in Arizona or Oregon. Considering that the high point of the area is only 5420 feet, and most of it is very flat, this number is surprising. The glaciers really carved up the ranges of northern Labrador with deep gorges, exactly the kind of geologic action that produces high-prominence peaks.

This list should be over 95% complete at this point. Most summits have no names, so are designated by their elevations and map sheet names. Most of them have probably not been climbed yet. There are 9 peaks on this list in the Appalachian Mountains: 6 in Quebec, 1 in New Brunswick, and 2 on the island of Newfoundland. The remaining 64 peaks are in Labrador.


Many thanks go to Richard Garland, who did an incredibly impressive job of helping me research these peaks, their elevations, and their prominences. We both spent hours poring over the terrible online GIFs from the Toporama web site, counting unlabelled contour lines, and Richard didn't even have the advantage of GIS software to help out! I especially thank him for inspiring me to continue work on this after I started to lose some interest. See his web site below for the most complete reference for the Torngats ever assembled.


     Papa Bear's Torngat's Page - Richard Garland
     Toporama: Canadian Topographic Maps Online


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