Mount Sir John Abbott

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Not to be confused with Mount Abbott (British Columbia).
Mount Sir John Abbott
Mount Sir John Abbott is located in British Columbia
Mount Sir John Abbott
Mount Sir John Abbott
Location in eastern British Columbia
Elevation 3,398 m (11,148 ft)[1]
Prominence 593 m (1,946 ft)[1]
Listing Mountains of British Columbia
Location
Location British Columbia, Canada
Range Premier Range
Coordinates 52°48′39″N 119°47′39″W / 52.81083°N 119.79417°W / 52.81083; -119.79417Coordinates: 52°48′39″N 119°47′39″W / 52.81083°N 119.79417°W / 52.81083; -119.79417[2]
Topo map NTS 83D/13

Mount Sir John Abbott is a 3,398 m (11,148 ft) mountain located in the Premier Range of the Cariboo Mountains in the east-central interior of British Columbia, Canada. It is located at the south end of the west wall of Kiwa Glacier.

The name honours the second Prime Minister of Canada, Sir John Abbott, who died in 1893. It was one of the first mountains in the Premier Range to be named after a Prime Minister, receiving its designation on September 6, 1927.[2] It was originally named Mount Kiwa.[1]

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