List of Boundary Peaks of the Alaska–British Columbia/Yukon border

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This is a list of Boundary Peaks of the Alaska–British Columbia border, including those on the Alaska–Yukon border, being those peaks named as border-points of the Canada–United States border as a result of the Alaska Boundary Settlement of 1903 and associated later surveys.

Survey markers made of brass or concrete were placed on the summits of the accessible peaks designated in the treaty. They were placed such that from any one marker a surveyor could see both the previous and the next markers along the boundary line. This was done so that if ever a question arose about jurisdiction anywhere along the border, a determination could be made by sighting between two markers.[1]

Other peaks named in the treaty but not in the numbered-peak series include T Mountain,[2] in the Stikine Icecap area (57°12′41″N 132°14′54″W / 57.21139°N 132.24833°W / 57.21139; -132.24833 (T Mountain)). Other peaks on the boundary but not named in the treaty include an unnumbered Boundary Peak[3] in the Icefield Ranges immediately north of the Alsek River (59°50′33″N 138°41′29″W / 59.84250°N 138.69139°W / 59.84250; -138.69139 (Boundary Peak)) and Mount Vern Ritchie, to the north of there. Mountain passes on the boundary are few, the most important being Grand Pacific, Chilkat, Chilkoot and White Passes.

List of peaks by number[edit]

Name Alternate Name(s) Range/Region Elev. (ft) Coordinates USGS GNIS[4] BCGNIS CGNDB Other sites Comments
Boundary Peak 8 Mount Welker Ketchikan Gateway 5151[5] 56°00′30″N 130°00′13″W / 56.00833°N 130.00361°W / 56.00833; -130.00361 (Mount Welker (Boundary Peak 8)) [6] [7] [8] AK-BC; named "After Captain Philip A. Welker, retired, who bore a distinguished part in the survey of Alaska and its boundary"[9]
Boundary Peak 15 Mount Bayard, originally Mount Lindeborg Ketchikan Gateway 6558[10] 56°07′22″N 130°06′14″W / 56.12278°N 130.10389°W / 56.12278; -130.10389 (Mount Bayard) [11] [12] [13] AK-BC; named after Thomas F. Bayard (1828–1898), U.S. statesman and diplomat; original name after Dan Lindeborg, founder of Hyder, Alaska; Mt Lindeborg now refers to another summit in the vicinity.
Boundary Peak 16 Mount Jefferson Coolidge Ketchikan Gateway 6319 56°05′49″N 130°14′45″W / 56.09694°N 130.24583°W / 56.09694; -130.24583 (Boundary Peak 16) [14] [15] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 17 Mount Upshur Ketchikan Gateway 6732 56°07′45″N 130°20′56″W / 56.12917°N 130.34889°W / 56.12917; -130.34889 (Mount Upshur) [16] [17] [18] AK-BC; named after Abel P. Upshur (1790–1844), US politician and jurist
Boundary Peak 18 Mount John Jay Ketchikan Gateway 6896 56°08′31″N 130°25′31″W / 56.14194°N 130.42528°W / 56.14194; -130.42528 (Boundary Peak 18) [19] [20] AK-BC; named after John Jay (1745–1820), U.S. statesman and jurist
Boundary Peak 23 Mount Willibert Ketchikan Gateway 7041[21] 56°14′36″N 130°28′04″W / 56.24333°N 130.46778°W / 56.24333; -130.46778 (Mount Willibert (Boundary Peak 23) [22] [23] [24] AK-BC; named after Willibert Simpson, member of staff of Canadian section of the International Boundary Commission, 1893–95
Boundary Peak 24 Mount Blaine Ketchikan Gateway 5873 56°14′51″N 130°30′00″W / 56.24750°N 130.50000°W / 56.24750; -130.50000 (Mount Blaine (Boundary Peak 24)) [25] [26] AK-BC; named after James Gillespie Blaine (1830–93), American orator and statesman
Boundary Peak 27 Mount Middleton Ketchikan Gateway 5469[27] 56°16′10″N 130°36′53″W / 56.26944°N 130.61472°W / 56.26944; -130.61472 (Mount Middleton (Boundary Peak 27)) [28] [29] [30] AK-BC; named after Henry Middleton (1771–1846), United States Minister to Russia, 1820–1830; negotiated the treaty of 1824 with Russia
Boundary Peak 40 Mount Stoeckl Ketchikan Gateway 5997[31] 56°22′02″N 130°46′54″W / 56.36722°N 130.78167°W / 56.36722; -130.78167 (Mount Stoeckl (Boundary Peak 40)) [32] [33] [34] AK-BC; named after Russian Privy Councillor Baron Edward de Stoeckl, Russian Minister to the U.S., who signed the convention ceding Alaska to the United States of America on 30 March 1867.
Boundary Peak 41 Mosheim Dome Ketchikan Gateway 6417[35] 56°22′27″N 130°48′59″W / 56.37417°N 130.81639°W / 56.37417; -130.81639 (Mosheim Dome (Boundary Peak 41)) [36] [37] [38] AK-BC; named after Adolph Mosheim, an assistant surveyor with the United States party to the boundary survey in this area, 1905
Boundary Peak 47 Mount Lewis Cass Ketchikan Gateway 6030[39] 56°24′42″N 131°05′07″W / 56.41167°N 131.08528°W / 56.41167; -131.08528 (Boundary Peak 47 (Mount Lewis Cass)) [40] [41] [42] AK-BC; named after Lewis Cass (1782–1866), U. S. soldier and statesman
Boundary Peak 48 Mount Pounder Petersburg (CA) 6512[43] 56°26′59″N 131°10′25″W / 56.44972°N 131.17361°W / 56.44972; -131.17361 (Boundary Peak 48 (Mount Pounder)) [44] [45] [46] AK-BC; named after John A. Pounder, surveyor with the International Boundary Commission, 1909
Boundary Peak 53 Mount Fawcett Wrangell 6214[47] 56°33′11″N 131°28′07″W / 56.55306°N 131.46861°W / 56.55306; -131.46861 (Boundary Peak 53 (Mount Fawcett)) [48] [49] [50] AK-BC; named after Thomas Fawcett, DTS, engineer with the Canadian section of the International Boundary Commission, 1911–20
Boundary Peak 54 Mount Whipple Wrangell 5233[51] 56°36′46″N 131°34′44″W / 56.61278°N 131.57889°W / 56.61278; -131.57889 (Boundary Peak 54 (Mount Whipple)) [52] [53] [54] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 62 Mount Cote Wrangell 4377[55] 56°45′14″N 131°53′56″W / 56.75389°N 131.89889°W / 56.75389; -131.89889 (Boundary Peak 62) [56] [57] [58] AK-BC; named after Jean Leon Côté (1867–1924), Departmental Land Surveyor who worked on preliminary boundary surveys in the 1890s; later Alberta MLA and member of the Senate of Canada, 1924. Also commemorated by Mount Côté on the BC–Alberta boundary in the Canadian Rockies
Boundary Peak 66 Elbow Mountain Wrangell 4245[59] 56°42′11″N 131°51′39″W / 56.70306°N 131.86083°W / 56.70306; -131.86083 (Elbow Mountain (Boundary Peak 66)) [60] [61] [62] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 67 Mount Gallatin Wrangell 5098[63] 56°45′16″N 131°54′05″W / 56.75444°N 131.90139°W / 56.75444; -131.90139 (Mount Gallatin (Boundary Peak 67)) [64] [65] [66] AK-BC; named after Albert Gallatin, one of the US commissioners who negotiated the Treaty of Ghent
Boundary Peak 68 Mount Talbot Wrangell 4452[67] 56°48′22″N 131°52′24″W / 56.80611°N 131.87333°W / 56.80611; -131.87333 (Mount Talbot (Boundary Peak 68)) [68] [69] [70] AK-BC; Captain A.C. Talbot, international boundary surveyor, 1893 and 1895
Boundary Peak 69 Wrangell 6913 56°52′27″N 132°07′23″W / 56.87417°N 132.12306°W / 56.87417; -132.12306 (Boundary Peak 69) [71] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 70 Kates Needle Petersburg (CA) 10016[72] 57°02′42″N 132°02′40″W / 57.04500°N 132.04444°W / 57.04500; -132.04444 (Boundary Peak 70 (Kates Needle)) [73] [74] [75] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 71 Devils Thumb Petersburg 8560 57°05′29″N 132°22′20″W / 57.09139°N 132.37222°W / 57.09139; -132.37222 (Boundary Peak 71) [76] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 72 Petersburg (CA) 7533 57°12′44″N 132°14′58″W / 57.21222°N 132.24944°W / 57.21222; -132.24944 (Boundary Peak 72) [77] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 73 Hoonah-Angoon 7782 57°20′59″N 132°22′07″W / 57.34972°N 132.36861°W / 57.34972; -132.36861 (Boundary Peak 73) [78] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 74 Hoonah-Angoon 6289 57°29′49″N 132°33′20″W / 57.49694°N 132.55556°W / 57.49694; -132.55556 (Boundary Peak 74) [79] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 75 Hoonah-Angoon 7487 57°37′01″N 132°39′35″W / 57.61694°N 132.65972°W / 57.61694; -132.65972 (Boundary Peak 75) [80] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 76 Hoonah-Angoon 7073 57°41′46″N 132°44′58″W / 57.69611°N 132.74944°W / 57.69611; -132.74944 (Boundary Peak 76) [81] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 77 Hoonah-Angoon 6611 57°50′21″N 132°52′15″W / 57.83917°N 132.87083°W / 57.83917; -132.87083 (Boundary Peak 77) [82] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 78 Mount Hill Hoonah-Angoon 6440 58°00′01″N 133°04′04″W / 58.00028°N 133.06778°W / 58.00028; -133.06778 (Boundary Peak 78 (Mount Hill)) [83] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 79 Juneau 5279 58°09′14″N 133°10′25″W / 58.15389°N 133.17361°W / 58.15389; -133.17361 (Boundary Peak 79) [84] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 83 Juneau 5374 58°13′38″N 133°16′12″W / 58.22722°N 133.27000°W / 58.22722; -133.27000 (Boundary Peak 83) [85] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 84 Mount Brundage Juneau 5902 58°16′39″N 133°20′43″W / 58.27750°N 133.34528°W / 58.27750; -133.34528 (Boundary Peak 84 (Mount Brundage)) [86] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 85 Juneau 6398 58°23′18″N 133°27′40″W / 58.38833°N 133.46111°W / 58.38833; -133.46111 (Boundary Peak 85) [87] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 86 Mount Ogden Juneau 7126 58°25′33″N 133°22′39″W / 58.42583°N 133.37750°W / 58.42583; -133.37750 (Boundary Peak 86 (Mount Ogden)) [88]
Boundary Peak 93 Devils Paw Juneau 8045 58°43′46″N 133°50′17″W / 58.72944°N 133.83806°W / 58.72944; -133.83806 (Boundary Peak 93 (Devils Paw)) [89] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 95 Mount Ogilvie Juneau 7218 58°51′40″N 134°15′25″W / 58.86111°N 134.25694°W / 58.86111; -134.25694 (Boundary Peak 95 (Mount Ogilvie)) [90] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 96 Juneau 7162 58°54′06″N 134°18′29″W / 58.90167°N 134.30806°W / 58.90167; -134.30806 (Boundary Peak 96) [91] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 97 Mount Bressler Juneau 7503 58°55′28″N 134°20′00″W / 58.92444°N 134.33333°W / 58.92444; -134.33333 (Boundary Peak 97 (Mount Bressler)) [92] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 98 Mount Nesselrode Haines 7244 58°57′45″N 134°18′48″W / 58.96250°N 134.31333°W / 58.96250; -134.31333 (Boundary Peak 98 (Mount Nesselrode)) [93] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 99 Haines 7224 58°58′47″N 134°24′23″W / 58.97972°N 134.40639°W / 58.97972; -134.40639 (Boundary Peak 99) [94] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 100 Haines 6509 59°02′20″N 134°22′45″W / 59.03889°N 134.37917°W / 59.03889; -134.37917 (Boundary Peak 100) [95] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 101 Haines 7536 59°05′22″N 134°26′47″W / 59.08944°N 134.44639°W / 59.08944; -134.44639 (Boundary Peak 101) [96] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 102 Haines 7237 59°07′55″N 134°28′59″W / 59.13194°N 134.48306°W / 59.13194; -134.48306 (Boundary Peak 102) [97] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 103 Haines 6526 59°07′53″N 134°33′45″W / 59.13139°N 134.56250°W / 59.13139; -134.56250 (Boundary Peak 103) [98] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 104 Mount Pullen Haines 5663 59°11′33″N 134°40′39″W / 59.19250°N 134.67750°W / 59.19250; -134.67750 (Boundary Peak 104 (Mount Pullen)) [99] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 105 Mount Canning Haines 5784 59°14′59″N 134°42′04″W / 59.24972°N 134.70111°W / 59.24972; -134.70111 (Boundary Peak 105 (Mount Canning)) [100] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 106 Haines 6155 59°16′53″N 134°57′27″W / 59.28139°N 134.95750°W / 59.28139; -134.95750 (Boundary Peak 106) [101] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 108 Haines 6742 59°23′15″N 134°59′21″W / 59.38750°N 134.98917°W / 59.38750; -134.98917 (Boundary Peak 108) [102] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 109 Skagway 6069 59°25′41″N 135°06′01″W / 59.42806°N 135.10028°W / 59.42806; -135.10028 (Boundary Peak 109) [103] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 111 Skagway 5800 59°28′30″N 135°01′34″W / 59.47500°N 135.02611°W / 59.47500; -135.02611 (Boundary Peak 111) [104] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 144 Haines 4049 59°27′54″N 136°18′24″W / 59.46500°N 136.30667°W / 59.46500; -136.30667 (Boundary Peak 144) [105] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 150 Haines 4885 59°27′57″N 136°28′29″W / 59.46583°N 136.47472°W / 59.46583; -136.47472 (Boundary Peak 150) [106] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 151 Haines 6696 59°22′37″N 136°28′33″W / 59.37694°N 136.47583°W / 59.37694; -136.47583 (Boundary Peak 151) [107] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 154 Haines 5292 59°17′04″N 136°28′00″W / 59.28444°N 136.46667°W / 59.28444; -136.46667 (Boundary Peak 154) [108] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 155 Haines 5554 59°16′30″N 136°29′39″W / 59.27500°N 136.49417°W / 59.27500; -136.49417 (Boundary Peak 155) [109] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 156 Mount Harris Haines 5289 59°15′45″N 136°29′16″W / 59.26250°N 136.48778°W / 59.26250; -136.48778 (Boundary Peak 156 (Mount Harris)) [110] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 157 Hoonah-Angoon 5584 59°09′59″N 136°34′58″W / 59.16639°N 136.58278°W / 59.16639; -136.58278 (Boundary Peak 157) [111] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 158 Hoonah-Angoon 5430 59°09′37″N 136°49′39″W / 59.16028°N 136.82750°W / 59.16028; -136.82750 (Boundary Peak 158) [112] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 159 Hoonah-Angoon 5761 59°08′10″N 136°52′26″W / 59.13611°N 136.87389°W / 59.13611; -136.87389 (Boundary Peak 159) [113] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 160 Mount Barnard Hoonah-Angoon 8173[114] 59°06′04″N 136°58′04″W / 59.10111°N 136.96778°W / 59.10111; -136.96778 (Boundary Peak 160 (Mount Barnard)) [115] [116] [117] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 162 Hoonah-Angoon 8169 59°00′00″N 137°16′47″W / 59.00000°N 137.27972°W / 59.00000; -137.27972 (Boundary Peak 162) [118] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 163 Mount Quincy Adams Hoonah-Angoon 13146 58°54′31″N 137°27′07″W / 58.90861°N 137.45194°W / 58.90861; -137.45194 (Boundary Peak 163 (Mount Quincy Adams)) [119] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 164 Mount Fairweather Yakutat 15157 58°54′25″N 137°31′37″W / 58.90694°N 137.52694°W / 58.90694; -137.52694 (Boundary Peak 164 (Mount Fairweather)) [120] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 165 Mount Root Yakutat 11657 58°59′11″N 137°30′07″W / 58.98639°N 137.50194°W / 58.98639; -137.50194 (Boundary Peak 185 (Mount Root)) [121] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 166 Mount Lodge Yakutat 10272 59°06′25″N 137°32′29″W / 59.10694°N 137.54139°W / 59.10694; -137.54139 (Boundary Peak 166 (Mount Lodge)) [122] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 167 Mount Hay Yakutat 8284 59°14′40″N 137°36′23″W / 59.24444°N 137.60639°W / 59.24444; -137.60639 (Boundary Peak 167 (Mount Hay)) [123] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 172 Mount Herbert Yakutat 5128 59°46′05″N 138°38′09″W / 59.76806°N 138.63583°W / 59.76806; -138.63583 (Boundary Peak 172 (Mount Herbert)) [124] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 173 Yakutat 5118 59°48′25″N 138°40′50″W / 59.80694°N 138.68056°W / 59.80694; -138.68056 (Boundary Peak 173) [125] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 174 Mount Duff Yakutat 6470 59°54′18″N 138°43′17″W / 59.90500°N 138.72139°W / 59.90500; -138.72139 (Boundary Peak 174 (Mount Duff)) [126] [127] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 175 Mount Armour Yakutat 6834 59°54′23″N 138°43′04″W / 59.90639°N 138.71778°W / 59.90639; -138.71778 (Mount Armour (Boundary Peak 175)) [128] [129] AK-BC; named after John Douglas Armour (1830–1903), Chief Justice of the High Court of Ontario, and Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, one of the original Canadian members of the Alaskan Boundary Tribunal in 1903; succeeded after his death by A.B.Aylesworth (cf. Mount Aylesworth)
Boundary Peak 176 Mount Aylesworth Yakutat 7926 59°55′29″N 138°47′46″W / 59.92472°N 138.79611°W / 59.92472; -138.79611 (Boundary Peak 176 (Mount Aylesworth)) [130] [131] AK-BC; named after Sir Allen Bristol Aylesworth (1854–1952), Canadian constitutional lawyer and member of Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, 1903, succeeding J.D. Armour after his death; Canadian Minister of justice, 1906–11 and later Canadian Senator.
Boundary Peak 177 Mount Jetté Yakutat 7966 59°59′40″N 139°03′10″W / 59.99444°N 139.05278°W / 59.99444; -139.05278 (Boundary Peak 177 (Mount Jetté)) [132] AK-BC
Boundary Peak 178 Mount Seattle Yakutat 9482 60°05′10″N 139°11′45″W / 60.08611°N 139.19583°W / 60.08611; -139.19583 (Boundary Peak 178(Mount Seattle)) [133] AK-YT
Boundary Peak 179 Mount Hubbard Yakutat 14872 60°19′07″N 139°04′17″W / 60.31861°N 139.07139°W / 60.31861; -139.07139 (Boundary Peak 179 (Mount Hubbard)) [134] AK-YT
Boundary Peak 180 Mount Alverstone Yakutat 13904 60°21′01″N 139°04′38″W / 60.35028°N 139.07722°W / 60.35028; -139.07722 (Boundary Peak 180 (Mount Alverstone)) [135] AK-YT
Boundary Peak 181 Yakutat 15013 60°19′45″N 139°41′26″W / 60.32917°N 139.69056°W / 60.32917; -139.69056 (Boundary Peak 181) [136] AK-YT
Boundary Peak 182 Mount Cook Yakutat 12857 60°10′39″N 139°58′55″W / 60.17750°N 139.98194°W / 60.17750; -139.98194 (Boundary Peak 182 (Mount Cook)) [137] AK-YT
Boundary Peak 183 Mount Augusta Yakutat 12857 60°18′11″N 140°27′21″W / 60.30306°N 140.45583°W / 60.30306; -140.45583 (Boundary Peak 183 (Mount Augusta)) [138] AK-YT; named in 1891 by I.C. Russell of the USGS in honor of his wife Augusta Olmstead Russell
Boundary Peak 184   Yakutat 4665 60°13′01″N 140°31′27″W / 60.21694°N 140.52417°W / 60.21694; -140.52417 (Boundary Peak 184) [139]       AK-YT
Boundary Peak 185   Yakutat 9777 60°15′34″N 140°46′32″W / 60.25944°N 140.77556°W / 60.25944; -140.77556 (Boundary Peak 185) [140]       AK-YT
Boundary Peak 186 Mount Saint Elias Yakutat 18035 60°17′36″N 140°55′46″W / 60.29333°N 140.92944°W / 60.29333; -140.92944 (Boundary Peak 186 (Mount Saint Elias)) [141]       AK-YT
Boundary Peak 187   Yakutat 13071 60°18′27″N 140°59′49″W / 60.30750°N 140.99694°W / 60.30750; -140.99694 (Boundary Peak 187) [142]       AK-YT

List of peaks by name[edit]

Name Alternate Name(s)[143] Range/Region Elev. (ft) Coordinates USGS GNIS[144] BCGNIS CGNDB Other sites Comments
Mount Alverstone Boundary Peak 180 Yakutat 13904 60°21′01″N 139°04′38″W / 60.35028°N 139.07722°W / 60.35028; -139.07722 (Mount Alvertsone (Boundary Peak 180)) [145] AK-YT
Mount Armour Boundary Peak 175 Yakutat 6834 59°54′23″N 138°43′04″W / 59.90639°N 138.71778°W / 59.90639; -138.71778 (Mount Armour (Boundary Peak 175)) [146] [147] AK-BC; named after John Douglas Armour (1830–1903), Chief Justice of the High Court of Ontario, and Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, one of the original Canadian members of the Alaskan Boundary Tribunal in 1903; succeeded after his death by A.B.Aylesworth (cf. Mount Aylesworth)
Mount Augusta Boundary Peak 183 Yakutat 12857 60°18′11″N 140°27′21″W / 60.30306°N 140.45583°W / 60.30306; -140.45583 (Mount Augusta (Boundary Peak 183)) [148] AK-YT; named in 1891 by I.C. Russell of the USGS in honour of his wife, Augusta Olmstead Russell
Mount Aylesworth Boundary Peak 176 Yakutat 7789 59°55′28″N 138°47′43″W / 59.92444°N 138.79528°W / 59.92444; -138.79528 (Mount Aylesworth (Boundary Peak 176)) [149] [150] AK-BC; named after Sir Allen Bristol Aylesworth (1854–1952), Canadian constitutional lawyer and member of Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, 1903, succeeding J.D. Armour after his death; Canadian Minister of justice, 1906–11 and later Canadian Senator.
Mount Barnard Boundary Peak 160 Hoonah-Angoon 8173[151] 59°06′04″N 136°58′04″W / 59.10111°N 136.96778°W / 59.10111; -136.96778 (Mount Barnard (Boundary Peak 160))} [152] [153] [154] AK-BC
Mount Bayard Boundary Peak 15; originally Mount Lindeborg Ketchikan Gateway 6558[155] 56°07′22″N 130°06′14″W / 56.12278°N 130.10389°W / 56.12278; -130.10389 (Mount Bayard (Boundary Peak 15)) [156] [157] [158] AK-BC; named after Thomas F. Bayard (1828–1898), U.S. statesman and diplomat; original name after Dan Lindeborg, founder of Hyder, Alaska; Mt Lindeborg now refers to another summit in the vicinity.
Mount Blaine Boundary Peak 24 Ketchikan Gateway 5873 56°14′51″N 130°30′00″W / 56.24750°N 130.50000°W / 56.24750; -130.50000 (Mount Blaine (Boundary Peak 24) [159] [160] AK-BC; named after James Gillespie Blaine (1830–93), American orator and statesman.
Mount Bressler Boundary Peak 97 Juneau 7503 58°55′25″N 134°20′04″W / 58.92361°N 134.33444°W / 58.92361; -134.33444 (Mount Bressler (Boundary Peak 97)) [161] AK-BC
Mount Brundage Boundary Peak 84 Juneau 5928 58°16′37″N 133°20′36″W / 58.27694°N 133.34333°W / 58.27694; -133.34333 (Mount Brundage (Boundary Peak 84)) [162] AK-BC
Mount Canning Boundary Peak 105 Haines 6148 59°14′57″N 134°41′58″W / 59.24917°N 134.69944°W / 59.24917; -134.69944 (Mount Canning (Boundary Peak 104) [163] AK-BC
Mount Cook Boundary Peak 182 Yakutat 12857 60°10′39″N 139°58′55″W / 60.17750°N 139.98194°W / 60.17750; -139.98194 (Mount Cook (Boundary Peak 182)) [164] AK-YT; named after Captain James Cook, explorer
Mount Cote Boundary Peak 62 Wrangell 4377[165] 56°45′14″N 131°53′56″W / 56.75389°N 131.89889°W / 56.75389; -131.89889 (Mount Cote (Boundary Peak 62)) [166] [167] [168] AK-BC; named after Jean Leon Côté (1867–1924), Departmental Land Surveyor who worked on preliminary boundary surveys in the 1890s; later Alberta MLA and member of the Senate of Canada, 1924. Also commemorated by Mount Côté on the BC-Alberta boundary in the Canadian Rockies
Devils Paw Boundary Peak 93 Juneau 8045 58°43′46″N 133°50′17″W / 58.72944°N 133.83806°W / 58.72944; -133.83806 (Devils Paw (Boundary Peak 93)) [169] AK-BC
Devils Thumb Boundary Peak 71 Petersburg 8560 57°05′29″N 132°22′20″W / 57.09139°N 132.37222°W / 57.09139; -132.37222 (Devils Thumb (Boundary Peak 71)) [170] AK-BC
Mount Duff Boundary Peak 174 Yakutat 7211 59°50′31″N 138°41′08″W / 59.84194°N 138.68556°W / 59.84194; -138.68556 (Mount Duff (Boundary Peak 174)) [171] [172] AK-BC
Elbow Mountain Boundary Peak 66 Wrangell 4245[173] 56°42′11″N 131°51′39″W / 56.70306°N 131.86083°W / 56.70306; -131.86083 (Elbow Mountain (Boundary Peak 66)) [174] [175] [176] AK-BC
Mount Fairweather Boundary Peak 164 Yakutat 15157 58°54′26″N 137°31′36″W / 58.90722°N 137.52667°W / 58.90722; -137.52667 (Mount Fairweather (Boundary Peak 164)) [177] AK-BC
Mount Fawcett Boundary Peak 53 Wrangell 6214[178] 56°33′11″N 131°28′07″W / 56.55306°N 131.46861°W / 56.55306; -131.46861 (Mount Fawcett (Boundary Peak 53)) [179] [180] [181] AK-BC; named after Thomas Fawcett, DTS, engineer with the Canadian section of the International Boundary Commission, 1911–20
Mount Gallatin Boundary Peak 67 Wrangell 5098[182] 56°45′16″N 131°54′05″W / 56.75444°N 131.90139°W / 56.75444; -131.90139 (Mount Gallatin (Boundary Peak 67)) [183] [184] [185] AK-BC; named after Albert Gallatin, one of the US commissioners who negotiated the Treaty of Ghent
Mount Harris Boundary Peak 156 Yakutat (Takhinsha Mountains) 5289 59°15′45″N 136°29′16″W / 59.26250°N 136.48778°W / 59.26250; -136.48778 (Mount Harris (Boundary Peak 156)) [186] AK-BC
Mount Hay Boundary Peak 167 Yakutat 8284 59°14′40″N 137°36′23″W / 59.24444°N 137.60639°W / 59.24444; -137.60639 (Mount Hay (Boundary Peak 167) [187] AK-BC
Mount Henry Clay Boundary Peak 151 6696 Haines 59°22′37″N 136°28′33″W / 59.37694°N 136.47583°W / 59.37694; -136.47583 (Mount Henry Clay (Boundary Peak 151)) [188] AK-BC
Mount Herbert Boundary Peak 172 Yakutat 5239 59°46′05″N 138°38′01″W / 59.76806°N 138.63361°W / 59.76806; -138.63361 (Mount Herbert (Boundary Peak 172) [189] AK-BC
Mount Hill Boundary Peak 78 Hoonah-Angoon 6276 58°00′00″N 133°04′12″W / 58.00000°N 133.07000°W / 58.00000; -133.07000 (Mount Hill (Boundary Peak 78)) [190] AK-BC
Mount Hislop Boundary Peak 103 Haines 6565 59°07′54″N 134°33′49″W / 59.13167°N 134.56361°W / 59.13167; -134.56361 (Mount Hislop (Boundary Peak 103) [191] AK-BC
Mount Hubbard Boundary Peak 179 Yakutat 14872 60°19′07″N 139°04′17″W / 60.31861°N 139.07139°W / 60.31861; -139.07139 (Mount Hubbard (Boundary Peak 179)) [192] AK-YT
Mount Jefferson Coolidge Boundary Peak 16 Ketchikan Gateway 6319 56°05′49″N 130°14′45″W / 56.09694°N 130.24583°W / 56.09694; -130.24583 (Boundary Peak 16) [193] [194] AK-BC
Mount Jetté Boundary Peak 177 Yakutat 7940 59°59′42″N 139°03′11″W / 59.99500°N 139.05306°W / 59.99500; -139.05306 (Mount Jetté (Boundary Peak 177)) [195] AK-BC; US spelling does not use accents
Mount John Jay Boundary Peak 18 Ketchikan Gateway 6896 56°08′31″N 130°25′31″W / 56.14194°N 130.42528°W / 56.14194; -130.42528 (Boundary Peak 18) [196] [197] AK-BC; named after John Jay (1745–1820), U.S. statesman and jurist
Kates Needle Boundary Peak 70 Petersburg (CA) 10016[198] 57°02′42″N 132°02′40″W / 57.04500°N 132.04444°W / 57.04500; -132.04444 (Kates Needle (Boundary Peak 70)) [199] [200] [201] AK-BC
Mount Lewis Cass Boundary Peak 47 Ketchikan Gateway 6030[202] 56°24′42″N 131°05′07″W / 56.41167°N 131.08528°W / 56.41167; -131.08528 (Boundary Peak 47 (Mount Lewis Cass)) [203] [204] [205] AK-BC; named after Lewis Cass (1782–1866), U. S. soldier and statesman
Mount Lodge Boundary Peak 166 Yakutat 10203 59°06′25″N 137°32′29″W / 59.10694°N 137.54139°W / 59.10694; -137.54139 (Mount Lodge (Boundary Peak 186)) [206] AK-BC
Mount London Boundary Peak 100, Mount Atlin Haines 6526 59°02′20″N 134°22′49″W / 59.03889°N 134.38028°W / 59.03889; -134.38028 (Mount London (Boundary Peak 100)) [207] AK-BC
Mount McDonell Boundary Peak 150 Haines 4934 59°27′57″N 136°28′31″W / 59.46583°N 136.47528°W / 59.46583; -136.47528 (Mount McDonell (Boundary Peak 150)) [208] AK-BC
Mount Middleton Boundary Peak 27 Ketchikan Gateway 5469[209] 56°16′10″N 130°36′53″W / 56.26944°N 130.61472°W / 56.26944; -130.61472 (Mount Middleton) [210] [211] [212] AK-BC; named after Henry Middleton (1771–1846), United States Minister to Russia, 1820–1830; negotiated the treaty of 1824 with Russia
Mosheim Dome Boundary Peak 41 Ketchikan Gateway 6417[213] 56°22′27″N 130°48′59″W / 56.37417°N 130.81639°W / 56.37417; -130.81639 (Mosheim Dome (Boundary Peak 41)) [214] [215] [216] AK-BC; named after Adolph Mosheim, an assistant surveyor with the United States party to the boundary survey in this area, 1905
Mount Nesselrode Boundary Peak 98 Haines 7146 58°57′47″N 134°18′48″W / 58.96306°N 134.31333°W / 58.96306; -134.31333 (Mount Nesselrode (Boundary Peak 98)) [217] AK-BC
Mount Ogden Boundary Peak 86 Juneau 7054 58°25′54″N 133°22′38″W / 58.43167°N 133.37722°W / 58.43167; -133.37722 (Mount Ogden (Boundary Peak 86)) [218] AK-BC
Mount Ogilvie Boundary Peak 95 Junuea 6893 58°51′42″N 134°15′27″W / 58.86167°N 134.25750°W / 58.86167; -134.25750 (Mount Ogilvie (Bounadry Peak 95))} [219] AK-BC
Mount Poletica Boundary Peak 102 Haines 7172 59°07′53″N 134°28′55″W / 59.13139°N 134.48194°W / 59.13139; -134.48194 (Mount Poletica (Boundary Peak 102)) [220] AK-BC
Mount Pounder Boundary Peak 48 Petersburg (CA) 6512[221] 56°26′59″N 131°10′25″W / 56.44972°N 131.17361°W / 56.44972; -131.17361 (Boundary Peak 48 (Mount Pounder)) [222] [223] [224] AK-BC; named after John A. Pounder, surveyor with the International Boundary Commission, 1909
Mount Pullen Boundary Peak 104 Haines 5784 59°11′32″N 134°40′38″W / 59.19222°N 134.67722°W / 59.19222; -134.67722 (Mount Pullen (Boundary Peak 104)) [225] AK-BC
Mount Quincy Adams Boundary Peak 163 Hoonah-Angoon 13615[226] 58°54′32″N 137°27′05″W / 58.90889°N 137.45139°W / 58.90889; -137.45139 (Mount Quincy Adams (Boundary Peak 163) [227] [228] [229] AK-BC; named after John Quincy Adams, former Secretary of State and 6th President of the United States
Mount Root Boundary Peak 165 Yakutat 11657 58°59′11″N 137°30′08″W / 58.98639°N 137.50222°W / 58.98639; -137.50222 (Mount Root (Boundary Peak 165)) [230] AK-BC
Mount Saint Elias Boundary Peak 186 Yakutat 18035 60°17′36″N 140°55′46″W / 60.29333°N 140.92944°W / 60.29333; -140.92944 (Mount Saint Elias (Boundary Peak 186)) [231] AK-YT
Mount Seattle Boundary Peak 178 Yakutat 9482 60°05′10″N 139°11′45″W / 60.08611°N 139.19583°W / 60.08611; -139.19583 (Mount Seattle (Boundary Peak 176)) [232] AK-YT
Mount Service Boundary Peak 101 Haines 7477 59°05′23″N 134°26′47″W / 59.08972°N 134.44639°W / 59.08972; -134.44639 (Mount Service (Boundary Peak 101)) [233] AK-BC
Mount Stoeckl Boundary Peak 40 Ketchikan Gateway 5997[234] 56°22′02″N 130°46′54″W / 56.36722°N 130.78167°W / 56.36722; -130.78167 (Mount Stoeckl (Boundary Peak 40)) [235] [236] [237] AK-BC; named after Russian Privy Councillor Baron Edward de Stoeckl, Russian Minister to the U.S., who signed the convention ceding Alaska to the United States of America on 30 March 1867
Mount Talbot Boundary Peak 68 Wrangell 4452[238] 56°48′22″N 131°52′24″W / 56.80611°N 131.87333°W / 56.80611; -131.87333 (Mount Talbot (Boundary Peak 68)) [239] [240] [241] AK-BC; Captain A.C. Talbot, international boundary surveyor, 1893 and 1895
Mount Upshur Boundary Peak 17 Ketchikan Gateway 6732 56°07′45″N 130°20′56″W / 56.12917°N 130.34889°W / 56.12917; -130.34889 (Mount Upshur (Boundary Peak 17)) [242] [243] [244] AK-BC; named after Abel P. Upshur (1790–1844), US politician and jurist
Mount Welker Boundary Peak 8 Ketchikan Gateway 5151[245] 56°00′30″N 130°00′13″W / 56.00833°N 130.00361°W / 56.00833; -130.00361 (Mount Welker (Boundary Peak 8)) [246] [247] [248] AK-BC; named "After Captain Philip A. Welker, retired, who bore a distinguished part in the survey of Alaska and its boundary"[249]
Mount Whipple Boundary Peak 54 Wrangell 5233[250] 56°36′46″N 131°34′44″W / 56.61278°N 131.57889°W / 56.61278; -131.57889 (Boundary Peak 54 (Mount Whipple)) [251] [252] [253] AK-BC
Mount Willibert Boundary Peak 23 Ketchikan Gateway 7041[254] 56°14′36″N 130°28′04″W / 56.24333°N 130.46778°W / 56.24333; -130.46778 (Mount Willibert (Boundary Peak 23) [255] [256] [257] AK-BC; named after Willibert Simpson, member of staff of Canadian section of the International Boundary Commission, 1893–95

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hubbard, Bill, Jr. (2009). American Boundaries: the Nation, the States, the Rectangular Survey. University of Chicago Press. p. 97. ISBN 978-0-226-35591-7. 
  2. ^ "T Mountain". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/27280.html.
  3. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak
  4. ^ There are more than one GNIS ID for the same peak when there is a numbered name as well as an alternate
  5. ^ Elevation is from CME; USGS givs 5131'
  6. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Welker
  7. ^ "Welker, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/38097.html.
  8. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  9. ^ "Welker, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/38097.html.
  10. ^ Elevation is from CME, USGS gives 6238'
  11. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Bayard
  12. ^ "Bayard, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/38655.html.
  13. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  14. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 16|
  15. ^ "Jefferson Coolidge, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/2933.html.
  16. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Upshur
  17. ^ "Upshur, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/27359.html.
  18. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  19. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 18
  20. ^ "John Jay, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/8103.html.
  21. ^ Elevation is from Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia, USGS gives 6342
  22. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Willibert
  23. ^ "Willibert, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/18304.html.
  24. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  25. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Blaine
  26. ^ "Blaine, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/13382.html.
  27. ^ Elevation from Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia; GNIS gives 5085' but CME data is STRIM; CME also labels this as Boundary Peak 28
  28. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Middleton
  29. ^ "Middleton, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/23569.html.
  30. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry - NB lists as "Boundary Peak 28"
  31. ^ Elevation from CME, USGS has 5669'
  32. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Stoeckl
  33. ^ "Stoeckl, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/7853.html.
  34. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  35. ^ GNIS elevation is 3028, elevation given is from CME
  36. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mosheim Dome
  37. ^ "Mosheim Dome". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/7268.html.
  38. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  39. ^ USGS for Mt Lewis Cass entry gives 6050; CME notes that the main summit of the Lewis Cass massif is 6890' but Boundary Peak 47 is its eastern subpeak
  40. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 47
  41. ^ "Lewis Cass, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/1345.html.
  42. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  43. ^ elevation from CME, USGS for Boundary Peak 48 gives 6486, while USGS for Mt Pounder gives 6493
  44. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 48
  45. ^ "Pounder, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/16191.html.
  46. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  47. ^ Elevation from CME; USGS gives 5292
  48. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 53
  49. ^ "Fawcett, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/19480.html.
  50. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  51. ^ CME gives 5778 for Mt Whipple; USGS for Mt Whipple gives 5279
  52. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 54
  53. ^ "Whipple, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/21059.html.
  54. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  55. ^ Elevation from CME, USGS gives 4737', BCGNIS says 4340'
  56. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak
  57. ^ "Cote, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/3995.html.
  58. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  59. ^ Elevation from CME; USGS gives 3465', BCGNIS says 4207'
  60. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Elbow Mountain
  61. ^ "Elbow Mountain". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/2326.html.
  62. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  63. ^ Elevation from CME, USGS gives 4737'
  64. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Gallatin
  65. ^ "Gallatin, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/5232.html.
  66. ^ //Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  67. ^ Elevation from CME, USGS gives 3989'
  68. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Talbot
  69. ^ "Talbot, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/17584.html.
  70. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  71. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 69
  72. ^ Elevation from CME, USGS gives 9373' BCGNIS gives 10002'
  73. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 70
  74. ^ "Kates Needle". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/8117.html.
  75. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  76. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 71
  77. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 72
  78. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 73
  79. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 74
  80. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 75
  81. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 76
  82. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 77
  83. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 78
  84. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 79
  85. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 8
  86. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 84
  87. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 85
  88. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 86
  89. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 93
  90. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 95
  91. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 96
  92. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 97
  93. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 98
  94. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 99
  95. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 100
  96. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 101
  97. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 102
  98. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 103
  99. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 104
  100. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 105
  101. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 106
  102. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 108
  103. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 109
  104. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 111
  105. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 144
  106. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 150
  107. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 151
  108. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 154
  109. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 155
  110. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 156
  111. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 157
  112. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 158
  113. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 159
  114. ^ elev is from CME, USGS says 7805 for this entry, 7592 for Mt Barnard entry
  115. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 160
  116. ^ "Barnard, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/14263.html.
  117. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry "Mount Barnard"
  118. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 162
  119. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 163
  120. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 164
  121. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 165
  122. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 166
  123. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 167
  124. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 172
  125. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 173
  126. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 174
  127. ^ "Mount Duff (Boundary Peak 174". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/19405.html.
  128. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 175
  129. ^ "Mount Armour". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/12607.html.
  130. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 176
  131. ^ "Aylesworth, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/12631.html.
  132. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 177
  133. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 178
  134. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 179
  135. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 180
  136. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 181
  137. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Cook
  138. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 183
  139. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 184
  140. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 185
  141. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 186
  142. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 187
  143. ^ Peaks are listed both by their number and by their name, if any, e.g. Mount Saint Elias is listed twice, once by that name, once by Boundary Peak 186
  144. ^ There are more than one GNIS ID for the same peak when there is a numbered name as well as an alternate
  145. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Alverstone
  146. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Armour
  147. ^ "Mount Armour". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/12607.html.
  148. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Auguta
  149. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Aylesworth
  150. ^ "Aylesworth, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/12631.html.
  151. ^ elev is from CME, USGS says 7592; USGS Boundary Peak 160 entry says 7805
  152. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Barnard
  153. ^ "Barnard, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/14263.html.
  154. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry "Mount Barnard"
  155. ^ Elevation is from CME, USGS gives 6238'
  156. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Bayard
  157. ^ "Bayard, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/38655.html.
  158. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  159. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Blaine
  160. ^ "Blaine, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/13382.html.
  161. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Bressler
  162. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Brundage
  163. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Canning
  164. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Cook
  165. ^ Elevation from CME, USGS gives 4737', BCGNIS says 4340'
  166. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Cote
  167. ^ "Cote, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/3995.html.
  168. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  169. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Devils Pas
  170. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Devils Thumb
  171. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Duff
  172. ^ "Mount Duff (Boundary Peak 174)". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/19405.html.
  173. ^ Elevation from CME; USGS gives 3465', BCGNIS says 4207'
  174. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Elbow Mountain
  175. ^ "Elbow Mountain". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/2326.html.
  176. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  177. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Fairweather
  178. ^ Elevation from CME; USGS gives 5292
  179. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Fawcett
  180. ^ "Fawcett, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/19480.html.
  181. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  182. ^ Elevation from CME, USGS gives 4737'
  183. ^ Template:Gnis1422090
  184. ^ "Gallatin, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/5232.html.
  185. ^ //Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  186. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Harris
  187. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Hay
  188. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Henry Clay
  189. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Herbert
  190. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Hill
  191. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Hislop
  192. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Hubbard
  193. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Jefferson Coolidge|
  194. ^ "Jefferson Coolidge, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/2933.html.
  195. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Jette
  196. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount John Jay
  197. ^ "John Jay, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/8103.html.
  198. ^ Elevation from CME, USGS gives 9373'; BCGNIS gives 10002'
  199. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Boundary Peak 70
  200. ^ "Kates Needle". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/8117.html.
  201. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  202. ^ USGS for Mt Lewis Cass entry gives 6050; CME notes that the main summit of the Lewis Cass massif is 6890' but Boundary Peak 47 is its eastern subpeak
  203. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Lewis Cass
  204. ^ "Lewis Cass, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/1345.html.
  205. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  206. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Lodge
  207. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount London
  208. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount McDonell
  209. ^ elevation from Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia; GNIS gives 5085' but CME data is STRIM; CME also labels this as Boundary Peak 28 (probably a typo)
  210. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Middleton
  211. ^ "Middleton, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/23569.html.
  212. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry - NB lists as "Boundary Peak 28"
  213. ^ elevation given is from CME; USGS gives 3028
  214. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mosheim Dome
  215. ^ "Mosheim Dome". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/7268.html.
  216. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  217. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Nesselrode
  218. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Ogden
  219. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Ogilvie
  220. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Poletica
  221. ^ elevation from CME, USGS for Boundary Peak 48 gives 6486, while USGS for Mt Pounder gives 6493
  222. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Pounder
  223. ^ "Pounder, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/16191.html.
  224. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  225. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Pullen
  226. ^ Elevation is from CME; USGS gives 12946', BCGNIS says 13,560'
  227. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Quincy Adams
  228. ^ "Quincy Adams, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/25668.html.
  229. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  230. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Root
  231. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Saint Elias
  232. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Seattle
  233. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Service
  234. ^ Elevation from CME, USGS has 5669'
  235. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Stoeckl
  236. ^ "Stoeckl, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/7853.html.
  237. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  238. ^ Elevation from CME, USGS gives 3989'
  239. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Talbot
  240. ^ "Talbot, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/17584.html.
  241. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  242. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Upshur
  243. ^ "Upshur, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/27359.html.
  244. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  245. ^ Elevation is from CME; USGS givs 5131'
  246. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Welker
  247. ^ "Welker, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/38097.html.
  248. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  249. ^ "Welker, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/38097.html.
  250. ^ CME gives 5778 for Mt Whipple; USGS for Mt Whipple gives 5279
  251. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Whipple
  252. ^ "Whipple, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/21059.html.
  253. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry
  254. ^ Elevation is from Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia, USGS gives 6342
  255. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mount Willibert
  256. ^ "Willibert, Mount". BC Geographical Names. http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/18304.html.
  257. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia entry