Gold Range

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This page is for the mountain range in British Columbia. For the bar in Yellowknife NWT see The Gold Range.

The Gold Range is a subrange of the Monashee Mountains in the southern British Columbia Interior. This range originally applied to all of the Monashees between the Arrow Lakes and the Okanagan but today only applies to a narrow stretch of the Monashee Mountains' eastern flank adjoining Upper Arrow Lake, west of the upper Shuswap River.

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Coordinates: 50°37′00″N 118°10′00″W / 50.61667°N 118.16667°W / 50.61667; -118.16667