Mount Richard Bennett

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Mount Richard Bennett is a 3,190 m (10,466 ft) peak located at co-ordinates 52°49′48″N 119°47′36″W / 52.83000°N 119.79333°W / 52.83000; -119.79333Coordinates: 52°49′48″N 119°47′36″W / 52.83000°N 119.79333°W / 52.83000; -119.79333 in the Premier Range of the Cariboo Mountains in the east-central interior of British Columbia, Canada. The mountain is just north of the taller Mount Sir John Abbott and is often considered a continuation of that mountain.

The name honours the eleventh Prime Minister of Canada, Richard Bedford Bennett, who died in 1947. The mountain was officially renamed after Bennett in 1962.

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