Mount Vancouver is the 15th highest mountain in North America. Its southern side lies in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve at the top of the Alaska panhandle, while its northern side is in Kluane National Park and Reserve in the southwestern corner of Yukon, Canada. Mount Vancouver has three summits: north, middle, and south, with the middle summit being the lowest. The south summit, Good Neighbor Peak at 4,785 m (15,699 ft), straddles the international border while the north summit is slightly higher at 4,812 m (15,787 ft).
Mt. Vancouver, distant middle in August 2008
|Elevation||4,812 m (15,787 ft) |
|Prominence||2,692 m (8,832 ft) |
|Location||Yukon, Canada / Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska, United States|
|Parent range||Saint Elias Mountains|
|Topo map||NTS 115B/05|
USGS Mount Saint Elias B-5
|First ascent||July 5, 1949|
|Easiest route||Major Expedition|
- 1949 North Buttress (northwest ridge): FA of mountain by William Hainsworth, Alan Bruce-Robertson, Bob McCarter, Noel Odell; with Walter Wood in support.
- 1975 Northeast Ridge (to north peak), FA by Cliff Cantor, Bob Dangel, Paul Ledoux, Rob Milne, Hal Murray, Bob Walker, John Yates and Barton DeWolf.
- 1977 West Face, FA by John Lauchlan, John Calvert, Trevor Jones and Mike Sawyer.
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- Scott p. 139
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- Mount Vancouver photo: Flickr