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Most Prominent Peaks of Canadian Provinces

Showing George Dudar's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (0 out of 13, or 0%)

RankStatePeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft Range (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Yukon TerritoryMount Logan17,21519,541Saint Elias Mountains 
2.British ColumbiaMount Fairweather12,96315,325Saint Elias Mountains 
3.NunavutBarbeau Peak85838583Queen Elizabeth Islands 
4.AlbertaMount Columbia774612,274Canadian Rockies 
5.Northwest TerritoriesMount Nirvana54569098Mackenzie Mountains 
6.NewfoundlandMount Caubvick44855420Canadian Shield 
7.QuébecMont Jacques-Cartier35964186Canadian Appalachians 
8.New BrunswickMount Carleton20342690Canadian Appalachians 
9.Nova ScotiaWhite Hill17491749Canadian Appalachians 
10.OntarioIshpatina Ridge12932274Canadian Shield 
11.ManitobaBaldy Mountain12512726Great Plains 
12.SaskatchewanPasquia Hills High Point11172717Great Plains 
13.Prince Edward IslandPrince Edward Island High Point459459Canadian Appalachians 

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List Description

This list is very similar to the list of Canadian High Points. Of the 13 Provinces and Territories that make up Canada, the highest peak and most prominent peak are the same in 11 of them. The only exceptions are Saskatchewan and Quebec. In Saskatchewan, the highest point is a flat plateau in the Cypress Hills, near the Alberta border, and the province just misses out on the highest point in the entire Cypress Hills (which is entirely in Alberta and has a respectable prominence of almost 600 meters). Quebec's Mont d'Iberville is located only a couple of horizontal meters from Mount Caubvick (fully inside Labrador), and therefore has very low prominence. So Quebec's prom point is the popular and much more accessible Mont Jacques Cartier.


Thanks to Edward Earl, who, using his WinProm program, determined the most prominent peaks for Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       Not Won in a Day: Climbing Canada's Highpoints (Bennett)

Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.


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