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Canadian Border Peak

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Topo map  NTS 092H04
Prominence  311 m
Mountain range  North Cascades
Elevation  2,291 m
Province  British Columbia
Parent range  North Cascades
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Location  British Columbia, Canada
First ascent  1932 by T. Fyles and . Henderson
Similar  American Border Peak, Slesse Mountain, Mount Larrabee, Yellow Aster Butte, Welch Peak

Canadian Border Peak, 2,291 metres (7,516 ft), originally known simply as Border Peak, is a mountain at the head of Slesse Creek in the Cascade Mountains of the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada. As its name suggests, it is near the Canada–US border and is connected via a high ridge or col to American Border Peak, which is slightly higher at 2,437 metres (7,995 ft). The two together are known as the Border Peaks or American-Canadian Border Peaks and are most easily visible within nearby settled parts of Canada from the northern part of Sumas Prairie and the western part of Chilliwack Prairie in the area of Greendale, which is just east of the boundary between the cities of Chilliwack and Abbotsford.

Map of Canadian Border Peak, Fraser Valley E, BC, Canada

References

Canadian Border Peak Wikipedia


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