Zoa Peak

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Zoa Peak 1872 m (6142 ft) is a mountain peak adjacent to the Coquihalla River in British Columbia.[1][2] There is a trail that starts from the same location of the Falls Lake trail.

The name is one of a group of names in this area known as the Llamoid Group or Asian Group among climbers. A "zoa" is the progeny of a cattle bull and a nak (a female yak).

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Coordinates: 49°37′45″N 121°5′9″W / 49.62917°N 121.08583°W / 49.62917; -121.08583