|Elevation||930 m (3,050 ft) |
|Prominence||160 m (520 ft) |
|Parent peak||Unnamed at head of Pattison Creek|
|Location||British Columbia, Canada|
|Parent range||Douglas Ranges|
Dewdney Peak is the southwesternmost summit of the Douglas Ranges in the Lower Mainland of southern British Columbia, Canada. Located immediately above the community of the same name, whence it got its name, it is generally known in the area unofficially as Hatzic Mountain, in relation to Hatzic Prairie on its immediate west.
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