|Elevation||4,812 m (15,787 ft)|
|Prominence||2,692 m (8,832 ft)|
|Listing||List of Ultras in Canada List of Ultras in the United States|
|Location||Yukon, Canada / Yakutat City and Borough, Alaska, United States|
|Range||Saint Elias Mountains|
|Topo map||NTS 115B/05
USGS Mount Saint Elias B-5
|First ascent||July 5, 1949|
|Easiest route||Major Expedition|
Mount Vancouver is the eighth highest mountain in Canada and is located in Kluane National Park and Reserve on the Canada–United States border. Mount Vancouver has three summits: north, middle and south with middle being the lowest. The south summit borders Canada and the United States and is known as Good Neighbor Peak. While conventional wisdom indicates that the north summit is the highest, discrepancies in topographic maps of the area muddle the question. Older Canadian maps indicate that north is the highest but newer US maps based on GPS, show the south summit higher. However, the US maps do not show the north summit.
- 1949 North Buttress (northwest ridge): FA of mountain by William Hainsworth, Alan Bruce-Robertson, Bob McCarter, Noel Odell; with Walter Wood in support.
- 1975 Northeast Ridge (to north peak), FA by Cliff Cantor, Bob Dangel, Paul Ledoux, Rob Milne, Hal Murray, Bob Walker, John Yates and Barton DeWolf.
- 1977 West Face, FA by John Lauchlan, John Calvert, Trevor Jones and Mike Sawyer.
- 4000 metre peaks of Canada
- 4000 metre peaks of North America
- Mountain peaks of Canada
- Mountain peaks of North America
- "Mount Vancouver, Yukon Territory". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 2012-12-14.
- "Mount Vancouver". Geographic Names Information System, U.S. Geological Survey. Retrieved 2008-09-24.
- "Mount Vancouver". Bivouac.com. http://www.bivouac.com/MtnPg.asp?MtnId=237. Retrieved 2004-07-09.
- Scott p. 139
- DeWolf, Barton (1976). "Mount Vancouver, Northeast Ridge". American Alpine Journal (New York, NY, USA: American Alpine Club) 20 (50): 462–463. ISBN 978-0-930410-73-5.
- Scott p. 318
- Scott, Chic (2000). Pushing the Limits, The Story of Canadian Mountaineering. Calgary, Alberta, Canada: Rocky Mountain Books. ISBN 0-921102-59-3.
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