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List of mountains of British Columbia

List of mountains of British Columbia is a list of mountains in the Canadian province of British Columbia.

List of mountains

Name Height[1]
(m)
Height
(ft)
Range Remarks
Abbl 2,012 6,601 Misinchinka Ranges   Named for a Canadian soldier killed in WWII
Adamant 3,345 10,974 Selkirk MountainsAdamant Range    
Addenbroke 1,591 5,220 Pacific Ranges   Discovery Islands archipelago
Adrian 1,870 6,135 Vancouver Island Ranges    
Afton 2,553 8,376 Selkirk MountainsDuncan Ranges    
Aiguille 2,999 9,839 Waputik Range    Named for French word Aiguille, meaning needle
Akamina 2,600 8,530 Clark Range    
Akasik 2,450 8,038 Lillooet Ranges → Cantilever Range   Name means "leap" or "jump" in the language of the Nlaka'pamux First Nations people
Albert 3,045 9,990 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Albert 2,552 8,373 Coast Mountains    
Albert Edward 2,093 6,867 Vancouver Island Ranges    
Albreda 3,052 10,013 Monashee MountainsMalton Range    
Alexis 2,123 6,965 Hart Ranges → Misinchinka Ranges   Named for Canadian soldier killed in World War II
Alcantara 3,029 9,938 Blue Range    
Alfred 2,420 7,940 Pacific Ranges    
Alice 1,798 5,899 Pacific Ranges   Named for Princess Alice
Allen 3,310 10,860 Sundance Range    Part of the Valley of the Ten Peaks
Allison 2,646 8,681 High Rock Range   Named for a law enforcement agent
Alpaca 2,083 6,834 North Cascades    
Alpha 2,302 7,552 Pacific Ranges → Tantalus Range    
Alpha Centauri 3,102 10,177 Purcell Mountains   Named for Alpha Centauri
Ambition 2,953 9,688      
Amicus 2,510 8,235 Coast Mountains    
Anahim 1,897 6,224      
Anarchist 1,491 4,892 Monashee Mountains    
Anchor Cone 647 2,123 Kitimat RangesCountess of Dufferin Range  
Anne-Alice 2,941 9,649 Park Ranges    
Anniversary 2,947 9,669 Purcell MountainsThe Bugaboos    
Antimony 2,668 8,753 Lillooet Ranges    
Apex 3,246 10,650 Park Ranges     
Aragorn 2,435 7,989 Coast Mountains → Cadwallader Range    
Archduke 3,135 10,285 Purcell Mountains    
Argus 1,994 6,542 Vancouver Island Ranges   Named after newspaper whose editor attempted the mountain in 1931
Armour 2,674 8,773 Saint Elias Mountains   Named for a Chief Justice of Canada
Armstrong 2,823 9,262 High Rock Range   Named for Canadian soldier killed in WWI
Arras 3,090 10,138 Canadian Rockies    
Arrowhead 2,185 7,169 Lillooet Ranges    
Arrowsmith 1,819 5,968 Vancouver Island Ranges    
Arthur Meighen 3,205 10,515 Cariboo MountainsPremier Range   Named for ninth PM of Canada
Asgard 2,825 9,268 Selkirk Mountains → Valhalla Ranges    
Ashlu 2,561 8,402 Elaho Jervis Divide → Pacific Ranges  
Asperity 3,716 12,192 Pacific Ranges → Waddington Range    
Assiniboine 3,618 11,870 Canadian Rockies    
Atlin 2,046 6,713 Coast Mountains    
Atna 2,724 8,937 Howson Range    
Austerity 3,337 10,948 Selkirk MountainsAdamant Range    
Avalanche 2,861 9,386 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Aye 3,243 10,640 Park Ranges    On the Continental Divide
Ayesha 3,065 10,056 Waputik Mountains     
Aylesworth 2,830 9,285 Saint Elias Mountains    Named for a Canadian lawyer
Azu 1,648 5,407 Hart Ranges → Misinchinka Ranges    Named for nearby lake

Baby Munday 2,250 7,382 Cheam Range    
Bagot 2,181 7,156 Coast Mountains   Named for Charles Bagot
Baker 3,180 10,433 Waputik Mountains    
Baldface 1,798 5,899 Chilcotin Plateau   Volcanic cone
Ball 3,311 10,863 Ball Range   Highest peak in the range
Barbette 3,072 10,079 Waputik Mountains     
Barbour 2,290 7,513 Coast Mountains    
Barlow 3,120 10,236 Park Ranges    Named for a GSC cartographer who died in a maritime disaster
Barnard (Canada) 3,339 10,955 Park Ranges   Named for a Lt. Governor of B.C.
Barnard (Canada/USA) 2,491 8,173 Alsek Ranges    
Basement 2,706 8,878 Alsek Ranges    
Battisti 3,155 10,351 The Italian Group    
Battle 2,369 7,772 Monashee MountainsShuswap Highland    
Bayard 1,999 6,558 Coast Mountains → Boundary Ranges    
Beartooth 1,903 6,243 Coast Mountains    
Beatrice 3,125 10,253 Ball Range    
Beatty 3,004 9,856 Park Ranges    
Beaver 3,212 10,538 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    
Begbie 2,733 8,967 Monashee MountainsGold Range    
Bell 3,269 10,725 Pacific Ranges → Waddington Range    
Bennington 3,260 10,696 Park Ranges    
Benson 1,023 3,356 Vancouver Island Ranges     
Bennington 3,260 10,696 Park Ranges    
Benvolio 2,613 8,573 Garibaldi Ranges → Fitzsimmons Range    
Bess 3,203 10,509 Front Ranges    
Big Snow 2,357 7,733 Coast Mountains    
Big White 2,315 7,595 Okanagan Highland    
Birkenhead 2,506 8,222 Coast Mountains    
Bishop 2,850 9,350 Elk Range    
Blackhorn 3,022 9,915 Coast MountainsNiut Range    
Black Prince 2,742 8,996 Selkirk Mountains → Valhalla Ranges    
Bolton 2,706 8,878 High Rock Range   Named for Canadian soldier killed in World War I
Bonny 3,100 10,171 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Botanie 2,077 6,814 Clear Range    
Boucherie 758 2,487      
Bravo 3,105 10,187 Pacific Ranges → Waddington Range    
Breaker 3,058 10,033 Waputik Range    
Brown 2,791 9,157 Canadian Rockies    
Bryce 3,507 11,506 Canadian Rockies    
Bullock 629 2,064 Pacific Ranges    
Bulyea 3,332 10,932 Park Ranges   Named after first Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta
Burgess 2,599 8,527 Canadian Rockies    
Burnham 2,869 9,413 Monashee MountainsGold Range    
Burwell 1,541 5,056 Pacific RangesNorth Shore Mountains    
Bute 2,810 9,219 Coast Mountains    
Butters 3,141 10,305 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    

Cairnes 3,081 10,108 Canadian Rockies    
Cambrai 3,165 10,384 Park Ranges   Named for Battle of Cambrai (1917)
Canadian Border 2,291 7,516 North Cascades    
Canoe Mountain 2,651 8,698 Malton Range    
Capilano 1,692 5,551 Britannia Range   Named for a Squamish Chief
Carcajou 2,239 7,346 Coast Mountains → McBride Range    
Carnarvon 3,046 9,993 Waputik Mountains → President Range    
Carr 2,590 8,497 Coast Mountains    
Cartier 2,610 8,563 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Castle 2,546 8,353 Flathead Range    
Catamount 2,733 8,967 Selkirk Mountains → Hermit Range    
Cathedral 3,189 10,463 Canadian Rockies    
Cathedral 1,737 5,699 North Shore Mountains    
Cautley 2,880 9,449 Park Ranges   Named for a surveyor
Cayley 2,385 7,825 Pacific Ranges    
Cayoosh 2,561 8,402 Lillooet Ranges → Cayoosh Range    
Celeste 2,045 6,709 Vancouver Island Ranges    
Centre 2,601 8,533 Flathead Range    
Chaba 3,212 10,538 Park Ranges   Chaba is the Nakoda word for beaver
Chancellor 3,266 10,715 Park Ranges → Ottertail Range    
Chatsquot 2,365 7,759 Coast Mountains → Kitimat Ranges    
Cheakamus 2,588 8,491 Garibaldi Ranges → Fitzsimmons Range    
Cheops 2,581 8,468 Selkirk Mountains → Hermit Range    
Chief Pascall 2,206 7,238 Pacific Ranges → Lillooet Ranges    
Chikoida 1,927 6,322 Taku Plateau    
Chimney 3,002 9,849 Bow Range   Named for chimney feature on climbing route
Chisel 3,046 9,993 Park Ranges    
Christian 3,406 11,175 Park Ranges   Named for Swiss mountain guide
Churchill 1,996 6,549 Coast Mountains    
Chutine 2,910 9,547 Coast Mountains → Boundary Ranges    
Cinnamon 2,727 8,947 Park Ranges    
Cirque 2,531 8,304 Lillooet Ranges → Cayoosh Range    
Clague 1,349 4,426 Coast Mountains → Kitimat Ranges    
Claimpost 2,671 8,763 Lillooet Ranges    
Clairvaux 2,690 8,825 Park Ranges    French word meaning "clear valleys"
Clemenceau 3,664 12,021 Park Ranges    
Cloudburst 1,871 6,138 Coast Mountains    
Cloudraker 2,385 7,825 Coast Mountains    
Collie 3,143 10,312 Waputik Mountains    
Colonel Foster 2,134 7,001 Vancouver Island Ranges → Elk River Mountains    
Coliseum 1,401 4,596 Pacific RangesNorth Shore Mountains   Subpeak of Mt. Burwell
Columbia 3,747 12,293 Park Ranges → Winston Churchill Range    
Combatant 3,762 12,343 Waddington Range    
Commander 3,371 11,060 Purcell Mountains    
Cond 2,801 9,190 Columbia Mountains    
Conrad 3,279 10,758 Purcell Mountains    
Conway 3,098 10,164 Park Ranges   Named for a British mountaineer
Cook 2,676 8,780 Garibaldi Ranges    
Cooper 3,094 10,151 Selkirk Mountains → Slocan Ranges    
Copeland 2,556 8,386 Monashee Mountains   Named for English astronomer
Cordonnier 3,012 9,882 Park Ranges   Named for a French army general
Corrie 2,263 7,425 Coast Mountains    
Côté 2,391 7,844 Front Ranges   Named for a Canadian politician
Courcelette 3,044 9,987 High Rock Range   Named for Courcelette, France where a WWI battle took place
Crossover 2,175 7,136 North Cascades → Skagit Range    
Cronin 2,396 7,861 Babine Range    
Crown 1,504 4,934 Pacific Ranges → North Shore Mountains   North Vancouver
Crown 1,846 6,056 Vancouver Island Ranges → Elk River Mountains   Vancouver Island
Crysdale 2,427 7,963 Hart Ranges → Misinchinka Ranges    
Cypress 2,083 6,834 Pacific Ranges    

Darling 2,310 7,579 Coast Mountains    
Darrah 2,755 9,039 Flathead Range   Named for an astronomer
Davidson 2,516 8,255 Garibaldi Ranges    
Deception 2,233 7,326 Coast Mountains    
Decker 2,421 7,943 Garibaldi Ranges → Spearhead Range    
Deltaform 3,424 11,234 Park Ranges → Bow Range    
Deluge 2,789 9,150 Purcell Mountains    
Dennis 2,549 8,363 Park Ranges    
Dent 3,267 10,719 Park Ranges   Named after an English mountaineer
Denver 2,746 9,009 Selkirk Mountains → Valhalla Ranges    
Deserters 2,274 7,461 Muskwa Ranges    
Devils Couch 2,749 9,019 Selkirk Mountains → Valhalla Ranges    
Devils Dome 2,769 9,085 Selkirk Mountains → Valhalla Ranges    
Devils Paw 2,616 8,583 Coast Mountains → Boundary Ranges    
Diavolo 2,569 8,428 Garibaldi Ranges → Fitzsimmons Range    
Dieppe 2,853 9,360 Muskwa Ranges    
Dione 2,589 8,494 Pacific Ranges → Tantalus Range    
Donkin 2,940 9,646 Selkirk Mountains    
Doom 787 2,582 Refugium Range    
Dorman 2,825 9,268 Rocky Mountains    
Douai 3,120 10,236 Park Ranges   Named for a village in France
Doubletop 2,667 8,750 Selkirk MountainsAdamant Range    
Downie 2,926 9,600 Selkirk Mountains    
Drinnan 2,584 8,478 Selkirk Mountains → Valhalla Ranges    
Drysdale 2,932 9,619 Vermilion Range    
Duchesnay 2,927 9,603 Park Ranges → Bow Range    
Duffey 2,219 7,280 Lillooet Ranges → Joffre Group    
Duke 2,379 7,805 Pacific Ranges → Lillooet Ranges    
Duncan 3,202 10,505 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    
Dungeon 3,129 10,266 Park Ranges    
Dunn 2,636 8,648 Columbia Mountains    

Eagle 2,846 9,337 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Earl Grey 3,149 10,331 Purcell Mountains    
Eaton 2,117 6,946 North Cascades → Skagit Range    
Eden 3,180 10,433 Park Ranges    
Edziza 2,780 9,121 Tahltan Highland    
El Piveto 1,960 6,430 Vancouver Island Ranges    
Eliza 2,954 9,692 Fairweather Range    
Elkhorn 2,194 7,198 Vancouver Island Ranges → Elk River Mountains    
Elliott 1,557 5,108 Vancouver Island Ranges    
Emerald 2,566 8,419 Waputik Mountains → President Range    
Emperor 3,127 10,259 Purcell Mountains    
English 2,680 8,793 Monashee MountainsGold Range    
Ermatinger 3,060 10,039 Park Ranges    
Ernest 3,498 11,476 Park Ranges   Highest peak of Mt. Lyell
Ethelbert 3,176 10,420 Purcell Mountains    
Etherington 2,877 9,439 High Rock Range     
Evans 2,250 7,382 Coast Mountains    
Evans 1,132 3,714 Garibaldi Ranges    
Exploration 2,665 8,743 Battle of Britain Range    
Extinguisher Tower 2,393 7,851 Rainbow Range     
Eyebrow 3,362 11,030 Purcell Mountains    

Face 2,485 8,153 Coast Mountains    
Fairmont 2,628 8,622 Kootenay Ranges    
Fairweather 4,671 15,325 Saint Elias Mountains → Fairweather Range   Highest summit in British Columbia
Farnham 3,493 11,460 Purcell Mountains – Farnham Group    
Farquhar 1,679 5,509 Coast Mountains   King Island High Point
Farrow 2,890 9,482 Coast Mountains    
Fay 3,235 10,614 Bow Range    
Field 2,643 8,671 Waputik Mountains → President Range    
Finlayson 419 1,375 Vancouver Island Ranges → Gowlland Range  
Fisher 2,843 9,327 Hughes Range    
Fissile Peak 2,439 8,002 Garibaldi Ranges → Fitzsimmons Range    
Fitzsimmons 2,603 8,540 Garibaldi Ranges → Fitzsimmons Range    
Fitzwilliam 2,901 9,518 Continental Ranges → Park Ranges    
Flattop 3,063 10,049 Purcell MountainsThe Bugaboos    
Floe 3,006 9,862 Vermilion Range    
Foch 3,194 10,479 Park Ranges   On the Continental Divide
Forddred 2,169 7,116 North Cascades → Skagit Range    
Forde 2,098 6,883 Saint Elias Mountains → Fairweather Range    
Foremast 2,697 8,848 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    
Forget 2,121 6,959 Front Ranges   Named for a Canadian politician
Foster 3,204 10,512 Vermilion Range    
Fox 2,973 9,754 Park Ranges   Named for an English engineer
Fox 3,196 10,486 Selkirk Mountains   Named for an English adventurer
Fraser 3,322 10,899 Park Ranges   Named for explorer of British Columbia
Freshfield 3,336 10,945 Park Ranges   Named for a British climber
Fresnoy 3,240 10,630 Park Ranges   Named for a village in France
Fromme 1,185 3,888 Pacific Ranges → North Shore Mountains    
Frosty 2,426 7,959 North Cascades → Hozameen Range    
Fusilier 2,747 9,012 Tower of London Range    

Gamuza 1,944 6,378 North Cascades    
Gandalf 2,391 7,844 Coast Mountains → Cadwallader Range    
Gardiner 2,406 7,894 Lillooet Ranges → Cayoosh Range    
Garibaldi 2,678 8,786 Garibaldi Ranges    
Garnet 2,876 9,436 Cariboo Mountains    
Geikie 3,298 10,820 The Ramparts    
Gemse 1,890 6,201 North Cascades    
Gentian 2,197 7,208 Coast Mountains    
George V 1,884 6,181 Vancouver Island Ranges    
Ghost 2,500 8,202 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Gilgit 3,090 10,138 Park Ranges   Named for Gilgit, Pakistan
Gimli 2,744 9,003 Selkirk Mountains → Valhalla Ranges    
Gimli Peak 2,806 9,206 Selkirk Mountains → Valhalla Ranges    
Glacier 3,302 10,833 Park Ranges   Named for glacier on north side
Gladsheim 2,830 9,285 Selkirk Mountains → Valhalla Ranges    
Gloria 2,908 9,541 Park Ranges   Named for lake on northern side
Goat (Vancouver) 1,401 4,596 Pacific Ranges → Howe Sound Group    
Goat 2,473 8,114 Coast Mountains    
Golden Hinde 2,195 7,201 Vancouver Island Ranges   highest summit of Vancouver Island
Good Hope 3,242 10,636 Pacific Ranges    
Goodsir 3,567 11,703 Park Ranges → Ottertail Range    
Gordon 3,161 10,371 Wapta Icefield → Waputik Range    
Gorman 2,380 7,808 Northern Rocky Mountains   Named for a DLS surveyor
Grant 2,180 7,152 North Cascades → Skagit Range    
Gray 2,886 9,469 Vermilion Range    
Green 2,692 8,832 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Gregorio 2,605 8,547 Selkirk Mountains → Valhalla Ranges    
Grenelle 3,047 9,997 Pacific Ranges → Waddington Range    
Grimface 2,635 8,645 North Cascades → Okanogan Range    
Grizzly 2,754 9,035 Selkirk Mountains → Hermit Range    
Grouse 1,231 4,039 Pacific Ranges → North Shore Mountains    
Guanaco 2,127 6,978 North Cascades    
Guard 2,177 7,142 Coast Mountains    

Habel 3,073 10,082 Waputik Mountains   Named for a German geographer
Habrich 1,792 5,879 North Shore Mountains    
Hagen 2,635 8,645 Park Ranges    
Hagwilget 2,076 6,811 Hazelton MountainsRocher Déboulé Range    
Haiduk 2,920 9,580 Ball Range    
Haig 2,610 8,563 Clark Range    Named for a British astronomer
Hall 3,048 10,000 Purcell Mountains   Named for soldier killed in World War II
Handcar 2,338 7,671 Pacific Ranges    
Hanover 1,748 5,735 Britannia Range    
Harkin 2,979 9,774 Mitchell Range    
Hartzell 2,615 8,579 Lillooet RangesJoffre Group    
Hatfield 2,227 7,306 North Cascades → Hozameen Range    
Haynon 2,493 8,179 Lillooet Ranges    
Helmcken 328 1,076 Vancouver Island Ranges    
Helmer 3,030 9,941 Park Ranges   Named for father and son killed in World War I
Helmet 318 1,043 Kitimat Ranges    
Hermit 3,050 10,007 Selkirk Mountains → Hermit Range    
Hermitage 2,313 7,589 Tower of London Range    
Hewitt 3,066 10,059 Vermilion Range    
Hkusam 1,671 5,482 Vancouver Island Ranges → Prince of Wales Range    
Holcroft 2,713 8,901 High Rock Range    Named for soldier killed in World War I
Hoodoo 1,850 6,070 Coast Mountains → Boundary Ranges    
Hooker 3,287 10,784 Park Ranges   Named for an English botanist
Horribilis 2,654 8,707 Pacific Ranges    
Hosmer 2,500 8,202 Front Ranges    
Houdini Needles 2,663 8,737 Selkirk MountainsAdamant Range    
Hour 2,329 7,641 Coast Mountains    
Howard 2,551 8,369 Lillooet Ranges → Joffre Group    
Howse 3,295 10,810 Waputik Mountains    
Howser Peak 3,094 10,151 Purcell MountainsThe Bugaboos    
Howser Spire 3,412 11,194 Purcell MountainsThe Bugaboos   Highest in the Bugaboos range
Howson 2,759 9,052 Hazelton Mountains → Howson Range    
Huber 3,348 10,984 Park Ranges → Bow Range    
Hudson Bay 2,589 8,494 Hazelton Mountains → Bulkley Ranges    
Hugh Neave 2,829 9,281 Cariboo Mountains    
Hungabee 3,492 11,457 Park Ranges → Bow Range    
Hunter 2,032 6,667 Hart Ranges → Murray Range    
Hurd 3,000 9,843 Park Ranges → Ottertail Range   Named for a CPR engineer

Ibex 2,039 6,690 North Cascades    
Ice 2,526 8,287 Tahltan Highland    
Iceberg 1,982 6,503 Vancouver Island Ranges    
Icecap 2,435 7,989 Coast Mountains    
Icefall 3,195 10,482 Park Ranges    
Ida 3,192 10,472 Hart Ranges    
Indian 2,992 9,816 Mitchell Range    
In-SHUCK-ch 2,386 7,828 Coast Mountains    
International 3,099 10,167 Purcell Mountains    
Intersection 2,452 8,045 Front Ranges   Intersection where BC/Alberta border diverges from 120th Meridian
Ipsoot 2,576 8,451 Coast Mountains    
Isabelle 2,934 9,626 Ball Range    
Isolated 2,845 9,334 Waputik Mountains    
Isosceles 2,488 8,163 Coast Mountains    

Jackass 2,006 6,581 North Cascades    
James Turner 2,703 8,868 Garibaldi Ranges   Named for a pioneer minister
Jimmy Jimmy 2,208 7,244 Pacific Ranges    
Joffre 3,450 11,319 Elk Range    
Joffre 2,721 8,927 Lillooet Ranges → Joffre Group    
John Oliver 3,123 10,246 Premier Range    
Jubilee 2,751 9,026 Pacific Ranges → Waddington Range    
Judge Howay 2,262 7,421 Pacific Ranges    
Jumbo 3,437 11,276 Purcell Mountains    

Kain 2,880 9,449 Park Ranges → Rainbow Range    
Karnak 3,411 11,191 Purcell Mountains    
Kates Needle 3,053 10,016 Coast Mountains → Boundary Ranges    
King 2,868 9,409 Park Ranges → Van Horne Range    
King Albert 2,987 9,800 Park Ranges   Named for King Albert of Belgium
King Edward 3,490 11,450 Park Ranges → Columbia Icefield    
King Edward 2,789 9,150 Flathead Range    
Kings 2,061 6,762 Vancouver Island Ranges → Elk River Mountains    
King George 3,413 11,198 The Royal Group    
Kispiox 2,096 6,877 Hazelton Mountains → Kispiox Range    
K'iyán Mountain 2,107 6,913 Tagish Highland    
Klapperhorn 2,301 7,549 Selwyn Range    
Klowa 2,527 8,291 Lillooet Ranges → Cantilever Range   Indigenous name means "green"
Knight 2,235 7,333 Cheam Range    
Kumkan 2,742 8,996 Lillooet Ranges    
Kwoiek Needle 2,625 8,612 Lillooet Ranges   Kwoiek is a Thompson Indian word meaning "gouged out"
Kwoiek Peak 2,736 8,976 Lillooet Ranges    

Lambe 3,182 10,440 Park Ranges    Named for a Canadian palaeontologist
Laussedat 3,052 10,013 Park Ranges    
Lavender 2,306 7,566 Coast Mountains → Boundary Ranges    
La Coulotte Peak 2,438 7,999 Flathead Range     
La Coulotte Ridge 2,438 7,999 Flathead Range    Named for area in France where Canadian troops fought in WWI
Lefroy 3,423 11,230 Park Ranges → Bow Range   Named for an English astronomer
Leman 2,730 8,957 Park Ranges   Named for Belgian General of WWI
Leval 2,713 8,901 Blue Range   Named for lawyer who represented Edith Cavell in her WWI trial
Lester Pearson 3,086 10,125 Cariboo Mountains → Premier Range   Named for fourteenth PM of Canada
Level 2,190 7,185 Nahlin Plateau   Includes the Level Mountain Range
Limestone 2,878 9,442 Vermilion Range    
Lindeman 2,312 7,585 Cascade Range    
Little 3,088 10,131 Bow Range    Named for member of the first ascent party
Lloyd George 2,938 9,639 Muskwa Ranges   Named for British Prime Minister
Locomotive 2,340 7,677 Pacific Ranges    
Loki 2,779 9,117 Purcell Mountains    
Loomis 2,798 9,180 Elk Range   Named for Canadian army general who served in World War I
Low 3,090 10,138 Park Ranges    Named for a Canadian geologist
Lowe 2,194 7,198 Whitemantle Range     
Lucifer 2,726 8,944 Selkirk Mountains → Valhalla Ranges    
Luna 2,470 8,104 Pacific Ranges   Named for Luna, goddess of the Moon in Roman mythology
Lunette 3,428 11,247 Park Ranges    Directly SE of Mount Assiniboine
Lyall 2,950 9,678 High Rock Range    Named for a Scottish botanist
Lydia 2,100 6,890 Pacific Ranges → Tantalus Range   Named for Lydia in Greek mythology
Lyell 3,498 11,476 Central Icefields    Consists of five distinct peaks
Lynx 3,192 10,472 Rainbow Range    Named for Lynx bones found on nearby Coleman Glacier

Macbeth 2,639 8,658 Garibaldi RangesSpearhead Range   Named to commemorate the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's birth
Macdonald 2,883 9,459 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Macduff 3,009 9,872 Purcell Mountains → MacBeth Group    
MacFarlane 2,090 6,857 North Cascades → Skagit Range    
Machray 2,749 9,019 Park Ranges    Named for an American bishop
Mackenzie 2,461 8,074 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Mackenzie King 3,234 10,610 Cariboo Mountains → Premier Range   Named for tenth PM of Canada
Maclaren 2,843 9,327 High Rock Range   Named for a general of the Canadian army in World War I
Macleod 2,176 7,139 North Cascades → Hozameen Range    
Macoun 3,030 9,941 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges   Named for Canadian botanist
Macpherson 2,427 7,963 Monashee Mountains → Gold Range   Named for Canadian businessman/politician
Mainmast 2,863 9,393 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    
Maple 506 1,660 Vancouver Island Ranges    
Marmot 2,103 6,900 North Cascades → Skagit Range    
Matheson 292 958 Vancouver Island Ranges    
Matier 2,783 9,131 Lillooet Ranges → Joffre Group   Highest peak of the Joffre Group
McArthur 3,021 9,911 Wapta Icefield → Park Ranges   Named for Canadian surveyor/mountaineer
McBride 2,083 6,834 Vancouver Island Ranges   Named for Canadian politician
McCord 2,511 8,238 Park Ranges    Named for a surveyor
McGladrey 2,638 8,655 Flathead Range    
McGuire 2,008 6,588 North Cascades → Skagit Range    
McHarg 2,888 9,475 Spray Mountains   Named for Canadian army officer killed in WWI
McKirdy 2,586 8,484 Selwyn Range    
McLean 2,427 7,963 Coast Mountains    
McNair 1,784 5,853 Lillooet Ranges    
McPhail 2,886 9,469 Elk Range   Named for Canadian soldier killed in WWI
Meager 2,650 8,694 Pacific Ranges   Site of a 2010 landslide
Merrick 1,749 5,738 Solitude Range   Named for a Canadian soldier killed in WWII
Meslilloet 1,990 6,529 Coast Mountains    
Mica 2,855 9,367 Cariboo Mountains     
Michael 2,701 8,862 Waputik Mountains → President Range    
Midgard 2,807 9,209 Selkirk Mountains → Valhalla Ranges    
Milburn 2,019 6,624 Hart Ranges → Murray Range   Named for Canadian pilot killed in WWII
Mistaya 3,078 10,098 Waputik Mountains     
Moby Dick 3,154 10,348 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    
Moe 2,664 8,740 Coast Mountains    
Monica 3,072 10,079 Purcell Mountains   Named after mother of a member of the first ascent party
Monarch 3,555 11,663 Pacific Ranges    
Monmouth 3,182 10,440 Pacific Ranges    
Moresby 1,164 3,819 Queen Charlotte Mountains   Highest summit of Moresby Island and the Queen Charlotte Islands
Morkill 2,286 7,500 Front Ranges   Named for a BC land surveyor
Muir 2,758 9,049 High Rock Range   Named for Canadian poet/songwriter
Muir (Vancouver Island) 880 2,887      
Mumm 2,962 9,718 Park Ranges   Named for English mountaineer who completed FA
Mummery 3,331 10,928 Park Ranges → Freshfield Icefield Ranges   Named for Albert F. Mummery who died on Nanga Parbat in 1895
Munday 3,356 11,010 Pacific Ranges → Waddington Range   Named for first ascent party

Nadina 2,111 6,926 Nechako Plateau   Nadina means "standing up alone" in the Babine-Witsuwitʼen language
Nahlin 1,972 6,470 Interior Mountains    
Nanga Parbat 3,240 10,630 Park Ranges   Named for Nanga Parbat
Narao 2,974 9,757 Bow Range    
Nasswald 3,042 9,980 Park Ranges   Named for a town in Austria
Nautilus 3,130 10,269 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    
Neal 2,552 8,373 Coast Mountains    
Needle 2,095 6,873 North Cascades    
Nelles 2,531 8,304 Coast Mountains → Boundary Ranges → Juneau Icefield   Named for Canadian Engineer
Nelson 3,313 10,869 Purcell Mountains   Named for a British naval officer
Nemo 2,901 9,518 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    
Neptuak 3,233 10,607 Bow Range    Part of the Valley of the Ten Peaks
Nestor 2,972 9,751 Mitchell Range   Named for a World War I destroyer
Niles 2,967 9,734 Waputik Range   Named for American Geology professor
Niobe 2,021 6,631 Pacific Ranges → Tantalus Range   Named for Niobe in Greek mythology
Nivalis 2,569 8,428 Coast Mountains → McBride Range    
Nivelle 3,256 10,682 Park Ranges   Named for a French general of World War I
Noel 2,541 8,337 Pacific Ranges   Named for local prospectors
North Albert 2,934 9,626 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Northover 3,048 10,000 Park Ranges   Named for Canadian army officer who earned the Military Cross
Northpost 2,911 9,551 Purcell MountainsThe Bugaboos    
Nub 2,746 9,009 Park Ranges    

Oates 3,120 10,236 Park Ranges   Named for British army officer who perished in Antarctica
O'Beirne 2,637 8,652 Park Ranges    
Octopus 2,932 9,619 Mitchell Range    
Odaray 3,137 10,292 Park Ranges → Bow Range   Odaray means "many waterfalls" in the Stoney language
Odin 2,970 9,744 Monashee Mountains → Gold Range    
Odium 2,716 8,911 Elk Range   Named for Canadian army general who served during World War I
Og 2,874 9,429 Park Ranges   Named for a Biblical reference
Ogden 2,702 8,865 Waputik Range   Named for railway vice president
Ogilvie 2,398 7,867 Coast Mountains   Named for William Ogilvie
Old Glory 2,376 7,795 Rossland Range    
Olds 2,542 8,340 Lillooet Ranges → Cayoosh Range    
Oleg 2,587 8,488 Lillooet Ranges → Cayoosh Range    
Olive 3,126 10,256 Park Ranges    
Omega 1,918 6,293 Pacific Ranges → Tantalus Range    
Omega 3,060 10,039 Park Ranges    In Jasper National Park
Omoo 2,674 8,773 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    
Onderdonk 2,685 8,809 Selkirk Mountains    
Oppy 3,335 10,942 Park Ranges    Named for a village in France
Orion 2,254 7,395 Hazelton Mountains → Bulkley Ranges    
Oscar 2,336 7,664 Kitimat Ranges    
Ossa 2,261 7,418 Pacific Ranges → Tantalus Range    
Otter 2,693 8,835 Coast Mountains    
Oubliette 3,070 10,072 Park Ranges     
Outlier 2,422 7,946 Coast Mountains → McBride Range    
Outram 2,461 8,074 North Cascades → Hozameen Range    
Outrigger 2,850 9,350 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    
Overlander 2,687 8,816 Selwyn Range    
Overlord 2,625 8,612 Garibaldi Ranges → Fitzsimmons Range    
Owen 3,083 10,115 Park Ranges → Bow Range    

Packhorse 2,412 7,913 Clark Range    
Paragon 3,030 9,941 Park Ranges     
Parapet 2,463 8,081 Coast Mountains    
Parapet 3,030 9,941 Park Ranges     
Park 2,951 9,682 Park Ranges → Bow Range    
Parkhurst 2,494 8,182 Garibaldi Ranges    
Pauline 2,653 8,704 Park Ranges    Named for a Canadian politician
Payne 2,468 8,097 North Cascades → Skagit Range    
Pelion 2,312 7,585 Pacific Ranges → Tantalus Range    
Pelly 2,048 6,719 Omineca MountainsRussel Range    
Pelops 2,015 6,611 Pacific Ranges → Tantalus Range    
Peneplain 1,707 5,600 Coast Mountains    
Pengelly 2,586 8,484 Flathead Range     
Penrose 2,634 8,642 Chilcotin RangesDickson Range    
Pequod 2,979 9,774 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    
Perren 3,051 10,010 Bow Range    Named for a climbing guide
Perseus 2,553 8,376 Cariboo MountainsQuesnel Highland    
Unnamed (formerly Pétain) 3,196 10,486 Park Ranges    On the Continental Divide
Petlushkwohap 2,939 9,642 Cantilever Range    
Phalanx 2,441 8,009 Coast Mountains    
Phillips 3,246 10,650 Park Ranges    Named for a Jasper area outfitter and guide
Phyllis's Engine 2,517 8,258 Coast Mountains    
Pierre Elliott Trudeau 2,650 8,694 Cariboo MountainsPremier Range   Named for 15th PM of Canada
Pilkington 3,285 10,778 Park Ranges    Named for a British mountaineer
Pilot 995 3,264      
Pioneer 3,245 10,646 Selkirk MountainsAdamant Range    
Pitt 2,487 8,159 Coast Mountains → McBride Range   Named for prime minister of Great Britain
Poilus 3,161 10,371 Waputik Mountains    Named for the Poilu, French infantrymen of WW I
Poland 2,853 9,360 Park Ranges   Named for Canadian soldier killed in World War II
Pollinger 2,816 9,239 Waputik Mountains   Named for Swiss mountain guide
Popes 3,163 10,377 Bow Range    Named for a Canadian politician
Postern 2,944 9,659 The Ramparts     
Prestley 2,732 8,963 Selkirk Mountains → Valhalla Ranges   Named for Canadian soldier killed in World War II
Prevost 788 2,585 Vancouver Island Ranges    
Price 2,052 6,732 Garibaldi Ranges    
Priestley 2,366 7,762 Coast Mountains → Kitimat Ranges    
Prince Henry 3,219 10,561 The Royal Group   Named for Prince Henry
Prior 3,276 10,748 Park Ranges    Named for a Lt-Governor of B.C.
Proteus 3,198 10,492 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    
Ptolemy 2,815 9,236 Flathead Range    Highest in the range
Pukeashun 2,301 7,549 Monashee MountainsShuswap Highland   Name means "white rock" in the Secwepemc language
Purity 3,149 10,331 Selkirk Mountains    
Pyramid 2,158 7,080 Coast Mountains    
Pyramid 2,199 7,215 Tahltan Highland    

Quadra 3,173 10,410 Bow Range    Named for its four peaks
Quartz 2,580 8,465 Park Ranges    Top composed mainly of quartz
Quéant 3,120 10,236 Park Ranges    Named for a village in France
Queen Bess 3,298 10,820 Pacific Ranges   Named for Elizabeth I
Queen Elizabeth 2,850 9,350 Park Ranges    Named for Queen Elisabeth of Belgium
Quincy Adams 4,150 13,615 Saint Elias Mountains → Fairweather Range   Named for sixth President of the United States

Rainey 1,983 6,506 Coast Mountains    
Raleigh 3,132 10,276 Pacific Ranges   Named for Walter Raleigh
Rambler 2,092 6,864 Vancouver Island Ranges → Elk River Mountains   Named for local mountaineering club that made the first ascent
Ratz 3,090 10,138 Coast Mountains → Boundary Ranges → Stikine Icecap    
Razorback 3,183 10,443 Coast Mountains → Niut Range    
Razorback 2,605 8,547 Park Ranges    
Rearguard 2,744 9,003 Park Ranges → Rainbow Range   Guards Mount Robson when approached from the rear
Record 2,113 6,932 Rossland Range    
Red 2,072 6,798 Monashee Mountains   Site of ski resort
Redoubt 3,115 10,220 Park Ranges    Name for its appearance to a redoubt
Redtop 3,156 10,354 Purcell Mountains    
Remote 3,038 9,967 Pacific Ranges → Waddington Range    
Rethel 2,408 7,900 Garibaldi Ranges   Named for a train station
Rexford 2,329 7,641 North Cascades → Skagit Range   Named for an early local settler
Reynolds 2,004 6,575 Murray Range    
Rhododendron 2,523 8,278 Coast Mountains    
Rhondda 3,062 10,046 Waputik Mountains    Named for a Welsh politician
Rideout 2,445 8,022 North Cascades → Skagit Range    
Ringrose 3,292 10,801 Bow Range    
Roberts 1,991 6,532 Rossland Range   Named for Lord Roberts
Robson 3,954 12,972 Park Ranges → Rainbow Range   Highest summit of the Canadian Rocky Mountains
Rogers 3,169 10,397 Selkirk Mountains → Hermit Range   Named for American surveyor who discovered Rogers Pass
Rohr 2,423 7,949 Lillooet Ranges → Cayoosh Range    
Ronayne 2,290 7,513 Coast Mountains    
Rostrum 3,284 10,774 Park Ranges   Named for resemblance to a rostrum
Rugged 1,861 6,106 Vancouver Island Ranges → Haihte Range    
Russell 1,742 5,715 Vancouver Island Ranges    

Saint Nicholas 2,938 9,639 Waputik Mountains     
Sam 2,871 9,419 Mitchell Range    
Sampson 2,811 9,222 Coast Mountains → Thiassi Range    
Saugstad 2,908 9,541 Pacific Ranges    
Scarp 3,000 9,843 Park Ranges     
Scarpe 2,591 8,501 Clark Range    Named for river in France
Schaffer 2,691 8,829 Park Ranges → Bow Range    
Scott 3,300 10,827 Park Ranges    Named for Captain Robert Falcon Scott
Scylla 2,920 9,580 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    
Sedgwick 2,082 6,831 Pacific Ranges → Tantalus Range    
Selkirk 2,930 9,613 Omineca MountainsMitchell Range    
Selwyn 3,335 10,942 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Sentinel 2,992 9,816 Selkirk MountainsAdamant Range    
Sentinel 2,513 8,245 Hart Ranges → Misinchinka Ranges    
Serendipity 2,857 9,373 Selkirk Mountains    
Sessel 2,746 9,009 Coast Mountains → Thiassi Range   Named for resemblance to a sessel, the German word for "armchair"
Seven O'clock 2,341 7,680 Coast Mountains    
Seven Sisters 2,747 9,012 Hazelton Mountains → Bulkley Ranges   Massif consists of seven named peaks
Seymour 1,449 4,754 Coast Mountains → Fannin Range   Named for governor of colonial B.C.
Shadowfax 2,315 7,595 Coast Mountains → Cadwallader Range    
Shanks 2,838 9,311 Ball Range    
Sharktooth 2,668 8,753 Cassiar Mountains → Stikine Ranges    
Shedin 2,588 8,491 Skeena MountainsAtna Range    
Sheer 1,752 5,748 North Shore Mountains    
Shudder 2,671 8,763 Garibaldi Ranges → Spearhead Range    
Sicker 718 2,356      
Sifton 2,922 9,587 Selkirk Mountains → Hermit Range   Named for a Canadian politician
Silvertip 2,596 8,517 North Cascades    
Silverthrone 2,864 9,396 Pacific Ranges    
Simon 3,322 10,899 Park Ranges    Named for explorer Simon Fraser
Sir Alexander 3,275 10,745 Continental Ranges    Named for Sir Alexander Mackenzie
Sir Allan MacNab 2,297 7,536 Cariboo Mountains → Premier Range   Named for premier of colonial Canada
Sir Douglas 3,406 11,175 Park Ranges    Named for a British Army officer
Sir Richard 2,681 8,796 Coast Mountains → McBride Range   Named for premier of British Columbia
Sir Sandford 3,519 11,545 Selkirk Mountains → Sir Sandford Range   Highest summit of the Selkirk Mountains
Sir Wilfrid Laurier 3,516 11,535 Cariboo Mountains → Premier Range   Highest summit of the Cariboo Mountains
Siwhe Mountain 2,843 9,327 Pacific Ranges → Lillooet Ranges    
Skihist 2,968 9,738 Lillooet Ranges → Cantilever Range    
Sky Pilot 2,031 6,663 Britannia Range   Named after a boat
Slalok 2,653 8,704 Lillooet Ranges → Joffre Group    
Slesse 2,439 8,002 North Cascades → Skagit Range   Name means "fang" in the Halkomelem language
Slhanay 665 2,182 Pacific Ranges    
Slide 2,105 6,906 Coast Mountains    
Sloan 2,720 8,924 Coast Mountains → Thiassi Range   Named for a mining engineer
Smythe 2,759 9,052 Muskwa Ranges    
Snow Dome 3,456 11,339 Park Ranges → Winston Churchill Range   A Hydrological apex of North America
Sophist 3,001 9,846 Canadian Rockies → Kitchen Range    
Spatsizi 2,056 6,745 Spatsizi Plateau    
Spearman 3,365 11,040 Pacific Ranges → Waddington Range    
Spetch 2,579 8,461 Lillooet Ranges → Joffre Group   Named for a local businessman
Spire 2,279 7,477 Coast Mountains    
Spring-Rice 3,275 10,745 Park Ranges    Named for a British diplomat
St. Julien 3,090 10,138 Park Ranges   Named for battle in World War I
Stairway 2,999 9,839 Waputik Mountains    Named for rock formations resembling a stairway
Stanley 3,155 10,351 Ball Range   Named for sixth Governor-General of Canada
Stanley Baldwin 3,256 10,682 Cariboo Mountains → Premier Range   Named for PM of the United Kingdom
Stawamus Chief 702 2,303 Pacific Ranges   Popular rock climbing and slacklining destination
Steinbok 2,012 6,601 North Cascades   Named for the steinbok (antelope)
Stephen 3,199 10,495 Park Ranges   Named for 1st president of the Canadian Pacific Railway
Stephens 1,592 5,223 Pacific Ranges   Named for a British politician
Stephenson 2,037 6,683 Hart Ranges → Solitude Range   Named for Canadian solder killed in WW II
Stonerabbit 1,857 6,093 Coast Mountains    
Strachan 2,682 8,799 High Rock Range   Named for Canadian army officer, recipient of the VC
Stupendous 2,682 8,799 Coast Mountains    
Sunburst 2,849 9,347 Park Range   Named for a lake
Sun God 2,421 7,943 Coast Mountains    
Swanzy 2,891 9,485 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Swiderski 3,133 10,279 The Italian Group    
Synge 2,972 9,751 Waputik Mountains   Named for a British army officer

Tabor 1,247 4,091 Columbia Mountains    
Talbot 2,373 7,785 Front Ranges   Named for a Canadian politician
Talchako 3,037 9,964 Pacific Ranges    
Tantalus 2,608 8,556 Pacific Ranges → Tantalus Range   Highest in the Tantalus Range
Taseko 3,063 10,049 Pacific Ranges → Chilcotin Ranges    
Tatlow 3,063 10,049 Pacific Ranges → Chilcotin Ranges    
Taurus 2,972 9,751 Purcell Mountains    
Taylor 2,318 7,605 Lillooet Ranges → Joffre Group    
Tenquille 2,391 7,844 Coast Mountains    
Terminal 2,997 9,833 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Terry Fox 2,845 9,334 Selwyn Range    Named for Terry Fox
Thar 1,940 6,365 North Cascades   Named for thar
The Black Tusk 2,319 7,608 Garibaldi Ranges    
The Castle 510 1,673 Pacific Ranges    
The Four Squatters 3,072 10,079 Purcell Mountains    
The Helmet 3,420 11,220 Rainbow Range   Peak on the Mt. Robson massif
The Lecture Cutters 2,524 8,281 Coast Mountains → McBride Range    
The Lieutenants 3,270 10,728 Purcell Mountains    
The Marshall 3,180 10,433 Park Ranges    
The Monarch 2,895 9,498 Ball Range    
The Steeples 2,843 9,327 Hughes Range    
The Table 2,021 6,631 Garibaldi Ranges    
The Virgin 2,886 9,469 Purcell Mountains    
The Volcano 1,656 5,433 Coast Mountains → Boundary Ranges    
Thiassi 2,772 9,094 Coast Mountains → Thiassi Range   Named for Thiassi, god of storms in Norse mythology
Thyestes 1,697 5,568 Pacific Ranges → Tantalus Range   Named for Thyestes, a king in Greek mythology
Thomlinson 2,451 8,041 Babine Range    
Tiedemann 3,838 12,592 Pacific Ranges → Waddington Range    
Tilley 2,649 8,691 Monashee Mountains → Gold Range   Named for Canadian politician
Tinniswood 2,606 8,550 Coast Mountains    
Tod 2,155 7,070 Monashee Mountains    
Tolkien 2,380 7,808 Coast Mountains → Cadwallader Range   Named for J. R. R. Tolkien
Tonquin 2,396 7,861 South Jasper Ranges     
Tonsa 3,053 10,016 Bow Range    Stoney Indian word for the number four
Topham 2,872 9,423 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges   Named for an English mountaineer who explored and mapped the Selkirks
Tornado 3,099 10,167 High Rock Range     
Tower 2,269 7,444 Muskwa Ranges    
Treadmill 2,716 8,911 Front Ranges   Named for similarity to a treadmill
Tremor 2,691 8,829 Garibaldi Ranges → Spearhead Range    
Triad 3,048 10,000 Park Ranges    
Trolltinder 2,912 9,554 Wapta Icefield → Waputik Range   Named for resemblance to Store Trolltind in Norway
Trophy 2,577 8,455 Monashee Mountains → Shuswap Highland    
Trorey 2,461 8,074 Garibaldi Ranges → Spearhead Range    
Troubridge 1,304 4,278 Pacific Ranges   Sunshine Coast
Truce 3,262 10,702 Purcell Mountains    
Trutch 3,258 10,689 Park Ranges   Named for first Lieutenant Governor of B.C.
Tsaydaychuz 2,758 9,049 Hazelton Mountains → Pattullo Rangee    
Tsitsutl 2,495 8,186 Rainbow Range   Tsitsutl means "painted mountains"
Tumbling 3,145 10,318 Vermilion Range    
Turner 2,640 8,661 Saint Elias Mountains → Fairweather Range    
Twin Goat 2,128 6,982 Lillooet Ranges → Joffre Group    
Typee 2,897 9,505 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    
Tyrwhitt 2,974 9,757 Elk Range   Named for a British admiral
Tzoonie 2,123 6,965 Coast Mountains    

Ulysses 3,024 9,921 Muskwa Ranges   Named for Ulysses, a king in Greek mythology
Unicorn 3,010 9,875 Selkirk MountainsAdamant Range    
Unnecessary 1,548 5,079 Pacific Ranges → North Shore Mountains    
Upright Mountain 2,978 9,770 Front Ranges   FA 1911
Ursus Major 2,705 8,875 Selkirk Mountains → Hermit Range    
Ursus Minor 2,749 9,019 Selkirk Mountains → Hermit Range    

Valenciennes 3,150 10,335 Park Ranges   Named for Valenciennes
Vantage 2,235 7,333 Lillooet Ranges → Joffre Group    
Vaux 3,310 10,860 Park Ranges → Ottertail Range    
Verendrye 3,086 10,125 Vermilion Range   Named for Pierre de La Vérendrye
Vermilion 2,647 8,684 Ball Range    
Victoria 3,464 11,365 Bow Range   Named for Queen Victoria
Victoria 2,088 6,850 Pacific Ranges   Named for Queen Victoria
Victoria 2,163 7,096 Vancouver Island Ranges → Sutton Range    
Vicuna 2,126 6,975 North Cascades   Named for the Vicuña, a camel species in the Andes
Vista 2,795 9,170 Park Ranges    Named for its views at the top

Waddington 4,019 13,186 Pacific Ranges → Waddington Range   Highest summit of the Coast Mountains
Waitabit 3,090 10,138 Park Ranges   Named for Waitabit Creek
Wales 3,109 10,200 Park Ranges   Named for a British astronomer
Wallace 2,940 9,646 Purcell MountainsThe Bugaboos   Named for a Canadian surveyor
Walter 3,401 11,158 Park Ranges   Fourth highest subpeak of Mt. Lyell (3498 m)
Wapta 2,778 9,114 Waputik Mountains → President Range   Wapta means "river" in the Stoney language
Warburton Pike 401 1,316      
Warden 1,970 6,463 Vancouver Island Ranges    
Wardle 2,805 9,203 Vermilion Range    
Watchman 3,009 9,872 Park Ranges   FA 1918
Warrior 2,973 9,754 Park Ranges   Named for a British warship heavily damaged in the Battle of Jutland
Watson 2,955 9,695 Park Ranges   Named for a Canadian army general
Watson 1,923 6,309 Solitude Range   Named for a Canadian soldier killed in WWII
Weart 2,835 9,301 Garibaldi Ranges    
Webb 2,164 7,100 Cascade Range    
Wedge 2,895 9,498 Garibaldi Ranges   Named for its wedge like shape
Wedgwood 3,024 9,921 Park Ranges   Named for an English mountaineer who was killed in World War I
Welch 2,431 7,976 North Cascades → Skagit Range   Named for a business owner who operated a nearby mine
Whaleback 2,627 8,619 Waputik Mountains    
Wheeler 3,336 10,945 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges   Named for first president of the Alpine Club of Canada
Whirlwind 2,427 7,963 Garibaldi Ranges → Fitzsimmons Range    
Whitecap 2,918 9,573 Bendor Range    
Whitecrow 2,881 9,452 Park Ranges    Named for white crows seen on peak by FA party
Whiteaves 3,145 10,318 Park Ranges    Named for a British palaeontologist
White-Fraser 2,331 7,648 Coast Mountains → Boundary Ranges   Named for a member of the International Boundary Survey
Whitehorn 3,399 11,152 Park Ranges    
Whitesaddle 2,990 9,810 Coast MountainsNiut Range    
Whiteshield 2,684 8,806 Park Ranges   Named for snow and ice on eastern side
Whitford 1,987 6,519 Hart Ranges → Misinchinka Ranges   Named for a Canadian soldier
Whiting 2,524 8,281 Coast Mountains → Boundary Ranges    
Whymper (Frederick) 1,539 5,049 Vancouver Island Ranges   Named for a British explorer
Wilkie 2,699 8,855 Selkirk Mountains → Lardeau Range    
Williams 2,741 8,993 Park Ranges    
Williams 2,123 6,965 North Cascades → Skagit Range    
Wiwaxy 2,706 8,878 Park Ranges    
Work 449 1,473 Vancouver Island Ranges → Gowlland Range   Vancouver Island
Worthington 2,915 9,564 Spray Range    Named for Canadian army officer killed in WW II
Wrong 2,869 9,413 Selkirk Mountains → Battle Range    

Yak Peak 2,039 6,690 North Cascades    
Ygdrasil 2,960 9,711 Selkirk MountainsAdamant Range    
Yellowhead 2,458 8,064 Victoria Cross Ranges     
Youngs 2,815 9,236 Selkirk Mountains → Duncan Ranges    
Ymir 2,398 7,867 Selkirk Mountains → Nelson Range   Named for the Norse god
Younghusband 3,170 10,400 Chaba Icefield    Named for a British army officer
Yukness 2,851 9,354 Park Ranges   Named for the Stoney language expression for "sharpened with a knife"

Zupjok 1,835 6,020 North Cascades   Named for the zupjok, the male progeny of a male cow and a female yak

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Refer to the article page for sources of the elevation.
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