High Rock Range

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High Rock Range
Mt-Rae-Alberta-Canada-aerial1.jpg
Mount Rae from the north, Sept. 2006
Highest point
PeakMount Rae
Elevation3,218 m (10,558 ft)
Coordinates50°37′20″N 114°58′25″W / 50.62222°N 114.97361°W / 50.62222; -114.97361Coordinates: 50°37′20″N 114°58′25″W / 50.62222°N 114.97361°W / 50.62222; -114.97361
Dimensions
Length117 km (73 mi) N-S [1]
Width37 km (23 mi) E-W [1]
Area2,172 km2 (839 sq mi)
Geography
High Rock Range is located in Alberta
High Rock Range
High Rock Range
Location of High Rock Range on the Continental Divide
CountryCanada
ProvincesAlberta and British Columbia
Parent rangeCanadian Rockies

High Rock Range is a mountain range of the Canadian Rockies in southwestern Alberta and southeastern British Columbia, Canada.

It is a part of the Southern Continental Ranges and is located on the Continental Divide, north of the Crowsnest Pass and south of the Highwood Pass.[2] It lies partly within Kananaskis Country.

Misty Range and Greenhills Range are subdivisions of the High Rock.

The High Rock Range covers a surface of 2,172 km² (838 mi²), has a length of 117 km (73 mi) (from north to south) and a width of 37 km (23 mi).[1]

Peaks and mountains[edit]

  1. Mount Rae - 3,218 m (10,558 ft)
  2. Mist Mountain - 3,140 m (10,302 ft)
  3. Tornado Mountain - 3,099 m (10,167 ft)
  4. Courcelette Peak - 3,044 m (9,987 ft)
  5. Mount Lyall - 2,951 m (9,682 ft)
  6. Beehive Mountain - 2,895 m (9,498 ft)
  7. Mount Armstrong - 2,793 m (9,163 ft)
  8. Mount Muir - 2,758 m (9,049 ft)
  9. Allison Peak - 2,646 m (8,681 ft)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "High Rock Range". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 2006-09-20.
  2. ^ "High Rock Range". PeakFinder.com. Retrieved 2006-09-20.