List of highest mountain peaks of Canada

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Mount Logan in the Yukon is the highest summit of the Saint Elias Mountains and all of Canada

The following sortable table lists the 100 highest major mountain peaks of Canada.

Topographic elevation is the vertical distance above the reference geoid, a precise mathematical model of the Earth's sea level as an equipotential gravitational surface. Topographic prominence is the elevation difference between the summit and the highest or key col to a higher summit. Topographic isolation is the minimum great circle distance to a point of higher elevation.

This article defines a significant summit as a summit with at least 100 metres (328.1 feet) of topographic prominence, and a major summit as a summit with at least 500 metres (1640.4 feet) of topographic prominence. An ultra-prominent summit is a summit with at least 1500 metres (4921.3 feet) of topographic prominence. There are 142 ultra-prominent summits in Canada.

Of these 100 highest major summits, 71 are located in British Columbia, 23 in Yukon, 10 in Alberta, and one each in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Three of these summits lie on the border between Alberta and British Columbia and three lie between British Columbia and Yukon. Five of these summits lie on the international border between Yukon and Alaska and two lie between British Columbia and Alaska.

The first 19 of these summits each have at least 4,000 metres (13,123.4 ft) of topographic elevation and at least 500 metres (1,640.4 ft) of topographic prominence.

Highest major summits[edit]

The 101 highest mountain peaks of Canada with at least 500 metres of topographic prominence

Rank Mountain Peak Province Mountain Range Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
1 Mount Logan[1][2][3]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 5959 m
19,551 ft
5247 m
17,215 ft
623 km
387 mi
60°34′02″N 140°24′19″W / 60.5671°N 140.4052°W / 60.5671; -140.4052 (Mount Logan)
2 Mount Saint Elias[4][5][6]  Yukon
 Alaska
Saint Elias Mountains 5489 m
18,009 ft
3429 m
11,250 ft
41 km
26 mi
60°17′35″N 140°55′35″W / 60.2931°N 140.9264°W / 60.2931; -140.9264 (Mount Saint Elias)
3 Mount Lucania[7][8][9]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 5226 m
17,146 ft
3080 m
10,105 ft
43 km
27 mi
61°01′24″N 140°27′56″W / 61.0233°N 140.4656°W / 61.0233; -140.4656 (Mount Lucania)
4 King Peak[10][11]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 5173 m
16,972 ft
1073 m
3,520 ft
4.7 km
2.9 mi
60°35′00″N 140°39′17″W / 60.5833°N 140.6547°W / 60.5833; -140.6547 (King Peak)
5 Mount Steele[12][13]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 5067 m
16,624 ft
760 m
2,493 ft
9.5 km
5.9 mi
61°05′38″N 140°18′46″W / 61.0939°N 140.3128°W / 61.0939; -140.3128 (Mount Steele)
6 Mount Wood[14][15]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 4880 m
16,010 ft
1200 m
3,937 ft
19 km
12 mi
61°13′58″N 140°30′45″W / 61.2328°N 140.5125°W / 61.2328; -140.5125 (Mount Wood)
7 Mount Vancouver[16][17]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 4812 m
15,787 ft
2712 m
8,898 ft
44 km
27 mi
60°20′10″N 139°41′41″W / 60.3361°N 139.6947°W / 60.3361; -139.6947 (Mount Vancouver)
8 Fairweather Mountain[18][19][20]
(Mount Fairweather)
 British Columbia
 Alaska
Saint Elias Mountains 4671 m
15,325 ft
3961 m
12,995 ft
201 km
125 mi
58°54′23″N 137°31′36″W / 58.9064°N 137.5267°W / 58.9064; -137.5267 (Mount Fairweather)
9 Mount Slaggard[21][22]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 4663 m
15,299 ft
522 m
1,713 ft
7.8 km
4.8 mi
61°10′28″N 140°35′09″W / 61.1744°N 140.5858°W / 61.1744; -140.5858 (Mount Slaggard)
10 Mount Hubbard[23][24]  Yukon
 Alaska
Saint Elias Mountains 4577 m
15,016 ft
2457 m
8,061 ft
34 km
21 mi
60°19′09″N 139°04′17″W / 60.3192°N 139.0714°W / 60.3192; -139.0714 (Mount Hubbard)
11 Mount Walsh[25][26]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 4507 m
14,787 ft
1366 m
4,482 ft
19 km
12 mi
61°00′13″N 140°01′01″W / 61.0036°N 140.0169°W / 61.0036; -140.0169 (Mount Walsh)
12 Mount Alverstone[27][28][29]  Yukon
 Alaska
Saint Elias Mountains 4439 m
14,564 ft
594 m
1,950 ft
3.6 km
2.2 mi
60°21′06″N 139°04′30″W / 60.3518°N 139.0749°W / 60.3518; -139.0749 (Mount Alverstone)
13 McArthur Peak[30][31]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 4360 m
14,304 ft
960 m
3,150 ft
9.1 km
5.6 mi
60°36′37″N 140°17′44″W / 60.6103°N 140.2956°W / 60.6103; -140.2956 (McArthur Peak)
14 Mount Augusta[32][33]  Yukon
 Alaska
Saint Elias Mountains 4289 m
14,072 ft
1549 m
5,082 ft
23 km
14 mi
60°18′28″N 140°27′31″W / 60.3078°N 140.4586°W / 60.3078; -140.4586 (Mount Augusta)
15 Mount Strickland[34][35]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 4286 m
14,062 ft
800 m
2,625 ft
7.3 km
4.6 mi
61°14′13″N 140°40′28″W / 61.2369°N 140.6744°W / 61.2369; -140.6744 (Mount Strickland)
16 Mount Cook[36][37]  Yukon
 Alaska
Saint Elias Mountains 4274 m
14,022 ft
2350 m
7,710 ft
23 km
15 mi
60°10′55″N 139°58′51″W / 60.1819°N 139.9808°W / 60.1819; -139.9808 (Mount Cook)
17 Mount Craig[38][39]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 4239 m
13,907 ft
520 m
1,706 ft
7.0 km
4.3 mi
61°15′48″N 140°52′47″W / 61.2633°N 140.8797°W / 61.2633; -140.8797 (Mount Craig)
18 Avalanche Peak[40][41]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 4228 m
13,871 ft
608 m
1,995 ft
4.5 km
2.8 mi
61°14′25″N 140°45′32″W / 61.2403°N 140.7589°W / 61.2403; -140.7589 (Avalanche Peak)
19 Mount Waddington[42][43][44]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 4019 m
13,186 ft
3289 m
10,791 ft
562 km
349 mi
51°22′25″N 125°15′48″W / 51.3736°N 125.2633°W / 51.3736; -125.2633 (Mount Waddington)
20 Spring Glacier Peak[45]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 3976 m
13,045 ft
676 m
2,218 ft
6.0 km
3.7 mi
61°02′27″N 139°56′01″W / 61.0407°N 139.9335°W / 61.0407; -139.9335 (Spring Glacier Peak)
21 Mount Robson[46][47][48]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3954 m
12,972 ft
2829 m
9,281 ft
460 km
286 mi
53°06′38″N 119°09′23″W / 53.1106°N 119.1564°W / 53.1106; -119.1564 (Mount Robson)
22 Mount Harrison[49][50]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 3940 m
12,927 ft
875 m
2,871 ft
11 km
7 mi
61°05′20″N 140°02′32″W / 61.0889°N 140.0422°W / 61.0889; -140.0422 (Mount Harrison)
23 Mount Queen Mary[51][52]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 3928 m
12,887 ft
1348 m
4,423 ft
25 km
16 mi
60°37′43″N 139°43′27″W / 60.6286°N 139.7242°W / 60.6286; -139.7242 (Mount Queen Mary)
24 Mount Root[53][54]  British Columbia
 Alaska
Saint Elias Mountains 3901 m
12,799 ft
908 m
2,979 ft
8.8 km
5.5 mi
58°59′08″N 137°30′01″W / 58.9856°N 137.5003°W / 58.9856; -137.5003 (Mount Root)
25 Mount Tiedemann[55][56]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 3848 m
12,625 ft
848 m
2,782 ft
2.9 km
1.8 mi
51°23′38″N 125°14′11″W / 51.3939°N 125.2364°W / 51.3939; -125.2364 (Mount Tiedemann)
26 Centennial Peak[57][58]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 3820 m
12,533 ft
960 m
3,150 ft
9.8 km
6.1 mi
60°56′49″N 140°43′18″W / 60.9469°N 140.7217°W / 60.9469; -140.7217 (Centennial Peak)
27 Mount Malaspina[59][60]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 3776 m
12,388 ft
936 m
3,071 ft
6.4 km
4.0 mi
60°19′06″N 140°34′20″W / 60.3183°N 140.5722°W / 60.3183; -140.5722 (Mount Malaspina)
28 Mount Columbia[61][62][63]  Alberta
 British Columbia
Canadian Rockies 3747 m
12,293 ft
2371 m
7,779 ft
158 km
98 mi
52°08′51″N 117°26′26″W / 52.1475°N 117.4406°W / 52.1475; -117.4406 (Mount Columbia)
29 Mount King George[64][65]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 3741 m
12,274 ft
1281 m
4,203 ft
11 km
7 mi
60°31′53″N 139°47′03″W / 60.5314°N 139.7842°W / 60.5314; -139.7842 (Mount King George)
30 Mount Johansen[66]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 3740 m
12,270 ft
560 m
1,837 ft
20 km
12 mi
60°41′00″N 140°40′56″W / 60.6832°N 140.6823°W / 60.6832; -140.6823 (Mount Johansen)
31 North Twin Peak[67][68]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3733 m
12,247 ft
743 m
2,438 ft
8.5 km
5.3 mi
52°13′25″N 117°26′03″W / 52.2236°N 117.4342°W / 52.2236; -117.4342 (North Twin Peak)
32 Mount Clémenceau[69][70][71]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3642 m
11,949 ft
1494 m
4,902 ft
36 km
22 mi
52°14′51″N 117°57′28″W / 52.2475°N 117.9578°W / 52.2475; -117.9578 (Mount Clémenceau)
32.5 Mount Alberta[72][73]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3619 m
11,873 ft
819 m
2,687 ft
80 km
50 mi
52°17′14″N 117°28′36″W / 52.2872°N 117.4767°W / 52.2872; -117.4767 (Mount Alberta)
33 Mount Assiniboine[74][75]  Alberta
 British Columbia
Canadian Rockies 3618 m
11,870 ft
2082 m
6,831 ft
142 km
88 mi
50°52′11″N 115°39′04″W / 50.8697°N 115.6511°W / 50.8697; -115.6511 (Mount Assiniboine)
34 Mount Forbes[76][77]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3612 m
11,850 ft
1649 m
5,410 ft
47 km
29 mi
51°51′35″N 116°55′54″W / 51.8597°N 116.9317°W / 51.8597; -116.9317 (Mount Forbes)
35 Mount Goodsir[78][79][80]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3581 m
11,749 ft
1917 m
6,289 ft
64 km
40 mi
51°12′24″N 116°24′16″W / 51.2067°N 116.4044°W / 51.2067; -116.4044 (Mount Goodsir)
36 Mount Temple[81][82][83]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3581 m
11,749 ft
1530 m
5,020 ft
21 km
13 mi
51°21′02″N 116°12′24″W / 51.3506°N 116.2067°W / 51.3506; -116.2067 (Mount Temple)
37 Mount Brazeau[84][85][86]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3525 m
11,565 ft
1475 m
4,839 ft
31 km
19 mi
52°33′04″N 117°21′17″W / 52.5511°N 117.3547°W / 52.5511; -117.3547 (Mount Brazeau)
38 Mount Sir Sandford[87][88][89]  British Columbia Columbia Mountains 3522 m
11,555 ft
2703 m
8,868 ft
62 km
39 mi
51°39′24″N 117°52′04″W / 51.6567°N 117.8678°W / 51.6567; -117.8678 (Mount Sir Sandford)
39 Mount Sir Wilfrid Laurier[90][91][92]  British Columbia Columbia Mountains 3520 m
11,549 ft
2728 m
8,950 ft
52 km
32 mi
52°48′05″N 119°43′54″W / 52.8014°N 119.7317°W / 52.8014; -119.7317 (Mount Sir Wilfrid Laurier)
40 Mount Farnham[93][94][95]  British Columbia Columbia Mountains 3481 m
11,421 ft
2123 m
6,965 ft
73 km
45 mi
50°29′20″N 116°29′13″W / 50.4889°N 116.4869°W / 50.4889; -116.4869 (Mount Farnham)
41 Monarch Mountain[96][97][98]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 3459 m
11,348 ft
2925 m
9,596 ft
71 km
44 mi
51°53′58″N 125°52′33″W / 51.8994°N 125.8758°W / 51.8994; -125.8758 (Monarch Mountain)
42 Mount Joffre[99][100]  Alberta
 British Columbia
Canadian Rockies 3429 m
11,250 ft
1505 m
4,938 ft
49 km
31 mi
50°31′42″N 115°12′57″W / 50.5283°N 115.2158°W / 50.5283; -115.2158 (Mount Joffre)
43 Howser Spire[101][102]  British Columbia Columbia Mountains 3412 m
11,194 ft
1299 m
4,262 ft
35 km
22 mi
50°43′38″N 116°48′32″W / 50.7272°N 116.8089°W / 50.7272; -116.8089 (Howser Spire)
44 Mount Dawson[103][104]  British Columbia Columbia Mountains 3399 m
11,152 ft
2045 m
6,709 ft
63 km
39 mi
51°09′06″N 117°25′14″W / 51.1517°N 117.4206°W / 51.1517; -117.4206 (Mount Dawson)
45 Whitehorn Mountain[105][106]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3399 m
11,152 ft
1747 m
5,732 ft
7.9 km
4.9 mi
53°08′08″N 119°15′40″W / 53.1356°N 119.2611°W / 53.1356; -119.2611 (Whitehorn Mountain)
46 Mount Hector[107][108]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3394 m
11,135 ft
1759 m
5,771 ft
21 km
13 mi
51°34′30″N 116°15′34″W / 51.5750°N 116.2594°W / 51.5750; -116.2594 (Mount Hector)
47 Mount Fryatt[109][110][111]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3380 m
11,089 ft
1608 m
5,276 ft
16 km
10 mi
52°33′00″N 117°54′37″W / 52.5500°N 117.9103°W / 52.5500; -117.9103 (Mount Fryatt)
48 Mount Edith Cavell[112][113][114]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3368 m
11,050 ft
2033 m
6,670 ft
47 km
29 mi
52°40′02″N 118°03′24″W / 52.6672°N 118.0567°W / 52.6672; -118.0567 (Mount Edith Cavell)
49 Mount Harrison[115][49][116]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3368 m
11,050 ft
1770 m
5,807 ft
52 km
32 mi
50°03′37″N 115°12′21″W / 50.0603°N 115.2058°W / 50.0603; -115.2058 (Mount Harrison)
50 Mount Chown[117][118]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3331 m
10,928 ft
1746 m
5,728 ft
31 km
19 mi
53°23′49″N 119°25′03″W / 53.3969°N 119.4175°W / 53.3969; -119.4175 (Mount Chown)
51 Mount Queen Bess[119][120][121]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 3313 m
10,869 ft
2355 m
7,726 ft
46 km
28 mi
51°16′17″N 124°34′05″W / 51.2714°N 124.5681°W / 51.2714; -124.5681 (Mount Queen Bess)
52 Mount Nelson[122][123]  British Columbia Columbia Mountains 3313 m
10,869 ft
523 m
1,716 ft
7.2 km
4.5 mi
50°27′36″N 116°21′06″W / 50.460122°N 116.351541°W / 50.460122; -116.351541 (Mount Nelson)
53 Mount Sir Alexander[124][125]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3275 m
10,745 ft
1762 m
5,781 ft
88 km
55 mi
53°56′09″N 120°23′11″W / 53.9358°N 120.3864°W / 53.9358; -120.3864 (Mount Sir Alexander)
54 Mount Monashee[126][127]  British Columbia Columbia Mountains 3274 m
10,741 ft
2404 m
7,887 ft
52 km
32 mi
52°23′07″N 118°56′24″W / 52.3853°N 118.9399°W / 52.3853; -118.9399 (Mount Monashee)
55 Good Hope Mountain[128][129][130]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 3242 m
10,636 ft
1497 m
4,911 ft
31 km
19 mi
51°08′33″N 124°10′18″W / 51.1425°N 124.1717°W / 51.1425; -124.1717 (Good Hope Mountain)
56 Mount Ida[131][132]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3200 m
10,499 ft
1530 m
5,020 ft
14 km
9 mi
54°03′30″N 120°19′35″W / 54.0583°N 120.3264°W / 54.0583; -120.3264 (Mount Ida)
57 Razorback Mountain[133][134][135]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 3183 m
10,443 ft
2153 m
7,064 ft
37 km
23 mi
51°35′26″N 124°41′27″W / 51.5906°N 124.6908°W / 51.5906; -124.6908 (Razorback Mountain)
58 Monmouth Mountain[136][137][138]
(Mount Monmouth)
 British Columbia Coast Mountains 3182 m
10,440 ft
1602 m
5,256 ft
32 km
20 mi
50°59′33″N 123°47′24″W / 50.9925°N 123.7900°W / 50.9925; -123.7900 (Monmouth Mountain)
59 Mount Ratz[139][140][141]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 3136 m
10,289 ft
2430 m
7,972 ft
311 km
193 mi
57°23′35″N 132°18′12″W / 57.3931°N 132.3033°W / 57.3931; -132.3033 (Mount Ratz)
60 Mount Cooper[142][143][144]  British Columbia Columbia Mountains 3094 m
10,151 ft
2319 m
7,608 ft
50 km
31 mi
50°10′47″N 117°11′57″W / 50.1797°N 117.1992°W / 50.1797; -117.1992 (Mount Cooper)
61 Jeanette Peak[145]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3089 m
10,135 ft
1657 m
5,436 ft
20 km
13 mi
52°38′09″N 118°37′00″W / 52.6357°N 118.6166°W / 52.6357; -118.6166 (Jeanette Peak)
62 Mount Tatlow[146][147]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 3063 m
10,049 ft
1613 m
5,292 ft
34 km
21 mi
51°22′21″N 123°51′49″W / 51.3725°N 123.8636°W / 51.3725; -123.8636 (Mount Tatlow)
63 Kates Needle[148][149]  British Columbia
 Alaska
Coast Mountains 3053 m
10,016 ft
1393 m
4,570 ft
42 km
26 mi
57°02′42″N 132°02′42″W / 57.0450°N 132.0450°W / 57.0450; -132.0450 (Kates Needle)
64 Talchako Mountain[150][151]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 3037 m
9,964 ft
1676 m
5,499 ft
23 km
15 mi
52°05′30″N 126°00′57″W / 52.0917°N 126.0158°W / 52.0917; -126.0158 (Talchako Mountain)
65 Ulysses Mountain[152][153]  British Columbia Muskwa Ranges 3024 m
9,921 ft
2294 m
7,526 ft
436 km
271 mi
57°20′47″N 124°05′34″W / 57.3464°N 124.0928°W / 57.3464; -124.0928 (Ulysses Mountain)
66 Scud Peak[154]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2987 m
9,800 ft
2172 m
7,126 ft
57 km
36 mi
57°14′28″N 131°10′03″W / 57.2412°N 131.1676°W / 57.2412; -131.1676 (Scud Peak)
67 Mount Odin[155][156][157]  British Columbia Columbia Mountains 2971 m
9,747 ft
2409 m
7,904 ft
65 km
41 mi
50°33′06″N 118°07′45″W / 50.5517°N 118.1292°W / 50.5517; -118.1292 (Mount Odin)
68 Skihist Mountain[158][159][160]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2968 m
9,738 ft
2458 m
8,064 ft
157 km
98 mi
50°11′16″N 121°54′12″W / 50.1878°N 121.9033°W / 50.1878; -121.9033 (Skihist Mountain)
69 Ambition Mountain[161][162]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2953 m
9,688 ft
1513 m
4,964 ft
26 km
16 mi
57°23′42″N 131°29′06″W / 57.3950°N 131.4851°W / 57.3950; -131.4851 (Ambition Mountain)
70 Keele Peak[163][164][165]  Yukon Mackenzie Mountains 2952 m
9,685 ft
2161 m
7,090 ft
543 km
337 mi
63°25′52″N 130°19′25″W / 63.4311°N 130.3236°W / 63.4311; -130.3236 (Keele Peak)
71 Mount Ovington[166][167]  British Columbia Hart Ranges 2949 m
9,675 ft
1600 m
5,249 ft
19 km
12 mi
54°08′37″N 120°34′30″W / 54.1436°N 120.5750°W / 54.1436; -120.5750 (Mount Ovington)
72 Mount Sylvia[168][169]  British Columbia Muskwa Ranges 2940 m
9,646 ft
1559 m
5,115 ft
85 km
53 mi
58°04′55″N 124°28′09″W / 58.0819°N 124.4692°W / 58.0819; -124.4692 (Mount Sylvia)
73 Whitecap Mountain[170][171][172]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2918 m
9,573 ft
1533 m
5,030 ft
73 km
45 mi
50°42′59″N 122°30′32″W / 50.7164°N 122.5089°W / 50.7164; -122.5089 (Whitecap Mountain)
74 Mount Saugstad[173][174]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2908 m
9,541 ft
1850 m
6,070 ft
39 km
24 mi
52°15′15″N 126°30′54″W / 52.2542°N 126.5150°W / 52.2542; -126.5150 (Mount Saugstad)
75 The Horn[175][176]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2907 m
9,537 ft
1527 m
5,010 ft
20 km
13 mi
52°19′09″N 126°14′11″W / 52.3192°N 126.2364°W / 52.3192; -126.2364 (The Horn)
76 Chutine Peak[177][178]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2903 m
9,524 ft
1758 m
5,768 ft
43 km
26 mi
57°46′36″N 132°20′00″W / 57.7767°N 132.3333°W / 57.7767; -132.3333 (Chutine Peak)
77 Wedge Mountain[179][180]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2892 m
9,488 ft
2249 m
7,379 ft
64 km
40 mi
50°07′59″N 122°47′36″W / 50.1331°N 122.7933°W / 50.1331; -122.7933 (Wedge Mountain)
78 Mount Silverthrone[181][182]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2865 m
9,400 ft
975 m
3,199 ft
45 km
28 mi
51°31′05″N 126°06′48″W / 51.517982°N 126.113262°W / 51.517982; -126.113262 (Silverthrone Mountain)
79 Goat Mountain (Canada)[183]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2855 m
9,367 ft
1580 m
5,184 ft
20 km
13 mi
50°37′25″N 122°15′36″W / 50.6237°N 122.2600°W / 50.6237; -122.2600 (Goat Mountain (Canada))
80 Mount Aylesworth[184]  British Columbia
 Alaska
Saint Elias Mountains 2830 m
9,285 ft
1420 m
4,659 ft
27 km
17 mi
59°55′27″N 138°47′55″W / 59.9242°N 138.7985°W / 59.9242; -138.7985 (Mount Aylesworth)
81 Gladsheim Peak[185][186][187]  British Columbia Selkirk Mountains 2830 m
9,285 ft
2056 m
6,745 ft
53 km
33 mi
49°47′12″N 117°37′38″W / 49.7867°N 117.6272°W / 49.7867; -117.6272 (Gladsheim Peak)
82 Mount Cairnes[188][189]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 2820 m
9,252 ft
2000 m
6,562 ft
40 km
25 mi
60°52′06″N 138°16′37″W / 60.8683°N 138.2769°W / 60.8683; -138.2769 (Mount Cairnes)
83 Cond Peak[190][191][192]  British Columbia Selkirk Mountains 2801 m
9,190 ft
1720 m
5,643 ft
35 km
22 mi
49°44′46″N 117°08′31″W / 49.7461°N 117.1419°W / 49.7461; -117.1419 (Cond Peak)
84 Mount Edziza[193][194]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2793 m
9,163 ft
1763 m
5,784 ft
62 km
38 mi
57°42′56″N 130°38′05″W / 57.7156°N 130.6347°W / 57.7156; -130.6347 (Mount Edziza)
85 Mount Nirvana[195][196]  Northwest Territories Mackenzie Mountains 2773 m
9,098 ft
1663 m
5,456 ft
220 km
137 mi
61°52′31″N 127°40′51″W / 61.8752°N 127.6807°W / 61.8752; -127.6807 (Mount Nirvana)
86 Howson Peak[197][198][199]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2759 m
9,052 ft
1829 m
6,001 ft
254 km
158 mi
54°25′06″N 127°44′38″W / 54.4183°N 127.7439°W / 54.4183; -127.7439 (Howson Peak)
87 Tsaydaychuz Peak[200][201]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2758 m
9,049 ft
1826 m
5,991 ft
83 km
51 mi
53°01′17″N 126°38′34″W / 53.0214°N 126.6428°W / 53.0214; -126.6428 (Tsaydaychuz Peak)
88 Mount Macdonald[202][203]  Yukon Mackenzie Mountains 2758 m
9,049 ft
1555 m
5,102 ft
187 km
116 mi
64°43′32″N 132°46′50″W / 64.7256°N 132.7806°W / 64.7256; -132.7806 (Mount Macdonald)
89 Seven Sisters Peaks[204][205]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2755 m
9,039 ft
1862 m
6,109 ft
69 km
43 mi
54°58′25″N 128°12′39″W / 54.9736°N 128.2108°W / 54.9736; -128.2108 (Seven Sisters Peaks)
90 Atna Peak[206][207]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2755 m
9,039 ft
1828 m
5,997 ft
57 km
35 mi
53°56′23″N 128°02′45″W / 53.9397°N 128.0458°W / 53.9397; -128.0458 (Atna Peak)
91 Thudaka Peak[208][209][210]  British Columbia Cassiar Mountains 2751 m
9,026 ft
1739 m
5,705 ft
103 km
64 mi
57°55′38″N 126°50′55″W / 57.9272°N 126.8486°W / 57.9272; -126.8486 (Thudaka Peak)
92 Overseer Mountain[211][212][213]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2749 m
9,019 ft
1679 m
5,509 ft
19 km
12 mi
50°31′45″N 123°22′51″W / 50.5292°N 123.3808°W / 50.5292; -123.3808 (Overseer Mountain)
93 Alsek Peak[214][215]  Yukon Saint Elias Mountains 2740 m
8,990 ft
2025 m
6,644 ft
68 km
43 mi
60°01′57″N 137°35′29″W / 60.0325°N 137.5915°W / 60.0325; -137.5915 (Alsek Peak)
94 Mount Pattullo[216][217]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2733 m
8,967 ft
1617 m
5,305 ft
23 km
14 mi
56°14′02″N 129°39′28″W / 56.2339°N 129.6578°W / 56.2339; -129.6578 (Mount Pattullo)
95 Mount Jancowski[218][219][220]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2729 m
8,953 ft
2079 m
6,821 ft
124 km
77 mi
56°20′14″N 129°58′55″W / 56.3372°N 129.9819°W / 56.3372; -129.9819 (Mount Jancowski)
96 Buckwell Peak[221][222]  British Columbia
 Yukon
Saint Elias Mountains 2721 m
8,927 ft
1971 m
6,467 ft
56 km
35 mi
59°25′08″N 136°45′55″W / 59.4188°N 136.7653°W / 59.4188; -136.7653 (Buckwell Peak)
97 Basement Peak[223]  British Columbia
 Yukon
Saint Elias Mountains 2706 m
8,878 ft
1606 m
5,269 ft
24 km
15 mi
59°21′18″N 137°09′41″W / 59.3551°N 137.1614°W / 59.3551; -137.1614 (Basement Peak)
98 Otter Mountain[224][225]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2692 m
8,832 ft
2242 m
7,356 ft
25 km
16 mi
56°00′24″N 129°41′34″W / 56.0067°N 129.6928°W / 56.0067; -129.6928 (Otter Mountain)
99 Sharktooth Mountain[226][227]  British Columbia Cassiar Mountains 2667 m
8,750 ft
1653 m
5,423 ft
98 km
61 mi
58°35′15″N 127°57′45″W / 58.5875°N 127.9625°W / 58.5875; -127.9625 (Sharktooth Mountain)
100 Thunder Mountain[228][229]  British Columbia Coast Mountains 2664 m
8,740 ft
1694 m
5,558 ft
28 km
17 mi
52°33′12″N 126°22′12″W / 52.5533°N 126.3700°W / 52.5533; -126.3700 (Thunder Mountain)
101 Dunn Peak[230][231][232]  British Columbia Shuswap Highland 2636 m
8,648 ft
1531 m
5,023 ft
87 km
54 mi
51°26′14″N 119°57′17″W / 51.4372°N 119.9547°W / 51.4372; -119.9547 (Dunn Peak)
102 Barbeau Peak[233][234][235]  Nunavut Ellesmere Island 2616 m
8,583 ft
2616 m
8,583 ft
796 km
495 mi
81°54′30″N 75°01′30″W / 81.9083°N 75.0250°W / 81.9083; -75.0250 (Barbeau Peak)

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  51. ^ "Mount Queen Mary". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  53. ^ "Mount Root". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  55. ^ "Mount Tiedemann". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  57. ^ "Centennial Peak". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  59. ^ "Mount Malaspina". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  64. ^ "Mount King George". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  65. ^ "Mount King George". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  66. ^ "Mount Johansen". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  67. ^ "North Twin Peak". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  69. ^ The summit of Mount Clémenceau is the highest point of the Clémenceau Icefield.
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  72. ^ "Mount Alberta". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved February 2, 2014. 
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  74. ^ "Mount Assiniboine". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  76. ^ "Mount Forbes". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  101. ^ "Howser Spire". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  107. ^ "Mount Hector". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  108. ^ "Mount Hector". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  117. ^ "Mount Chown". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  118. ^ "Mount Chown". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  128. ^ The summit of Good Hope Mountain is the highest point of the Bugaboos.
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  131. ^ "Mount Ida". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  133. ^ The summit of Razorback Mountain is the highest point of the Niut Range.
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  145. ^ "Jeanette Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  146. ^ "Mount Tatlow". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  147. ^ "Mount Tatlow". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  148. ^ "Kates Needle". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  149. ^ "Kates Needle". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  150. ^ "Talchako Mountain". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  151. ^ "Talchako Mountain". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  152. ^ The summit of Ulysses Mountain is the highest point of the Muskwa Ranges.
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  154. ^ "Scud Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  155. ^ The summit of Mount Odin is the highest point of the Gold Range.
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  158. ^ The summit of Skihist Mountain is the highest point of the Lillooet Range.
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  161. ^ "Ambition Mountain". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  162. ^ "Ambition Mountain". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  163. ^ The summit of Keele Peak is the highest point of the Mackenzie Mountains.
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  166. ^ "Mount Ovington". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  167. ^ "Mount Ovington". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  168. ^ "Mount Sylvia". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  169. ^ "Mount Sylvia". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  170. ^ The summit of Whitecap Mountain is the highest point of the Bendor Range.
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  173. ^ "Mount Saugstad". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  174. ^ "Mount Saugstad". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  175. ^ "The Horn". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  176. ^ "The Horn". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  177. ^ "Chutine Peak". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  178. ^ "Chutine Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  179. ^ "Wedge Mountain". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  181. ^ "Mount Silverthrone". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved February 1, 2013. 
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  184. ^ "Mount Aylesworth". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  185. ^ The summit of Gladsheim Peak is the highest point of the Valhalla Ranges.
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  188. ^ "Mount Cairnes". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  190. ^ The summit of Cond Peak is the highest point of the Kokanee Range.
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  195. ^ The summit of Mount Nirvana is the highest point of the Backbone Ranges and the Northwest Territories.
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  197. ^ The summit of Howson Peak is the highest point of the Kitimat Ranges.
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  200. ^ "Tsaydaychuz Peak". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  202. ^ "Mount Macdonald". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  208. ^ The summit of Thudaka Peak is the highest point of the Cassiar Mountains.
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  211. ^ The summit of Overseer Mountain is the highest point of the Pemberton Icefield.
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  214. ^ The summit of Alsek Peak is the highest point of the Auriol Range.
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  216. ^ "Mount Pattullo". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  218. ^ The summit of Mount Jancowski is the highest point of the south Boundary Ranges.
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  221. ^ The summit of Buckwell Peak is the highest point of the Alsek Ranges.
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  223. ^ "Basement Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
  224. ^ "Otter Mountain". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  226. ^ "Sharktooth Mountain". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  228. ^ "Thunder Mountain". Geographical Names of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved April 4, 2012. 
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  230. ^ The summit of Dunn Peak is the highest point of the Shuswap Highland.
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  233. ^ The summit of Barbeau Peak is the highest point of Ellesmere Island, the Queen Elizabeth Islands, and Nunavut.
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