Fannin Range

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Fannin Range
Fannin Range is located in British Columbia
Fannin Range
Highest point
Peak Bagpipe Peak
Elevation 1,657 m (5,436 ft)
Coordinates 49°35′41″N 123°01′29″W / 49.59472°N 123.02472°W / 49.59472; -123.02472
Dimensions
Area 213 km2 (82 sq mi) [1]
Geography
Country Canada
Province British Columbia
Settlement Vancouver, British Columbia
Range coordinates 49°29′00″N 122°55′25″W / 49.4833°N 122.9236°W / 49.4833; -122.9236Coordinates: 49°29′00″N 122°55′25″W / 49.4833°N 122.9236°W / 49.4833; -122.9236[2]
Parent range Pacific Ranges

The Fannin Range is a Canadian mountain range lying between the Seymour River and Indian Arm/Indian River.[1] It is part of the Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, Canada. The southern portion of the range terminates near the city of Vancouver, British Columbia and as such is very highly traveled.

It contains mountains such as Mount Seymour, Mount Bishop and Mount Elsay.

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