|Howser Spire, The Bugaboos|
|Elevation||3,412 m (11,194 ft)|
|Prominence||1,299 m (4,262 ft)|
|Location||British Columbia, Canada|
|Parent range||Purcell Mountains, East Kootenay|
|Topo map||NTS 82K/10|
Howser Spire or Howser Spire Massif, is a group of three distinct granite peaks, and the highest mountain of the Canadian Bugaboo Spires. The mountain is located at the southwest corner of the Vowell Glacier, within the Bugaboo mountain range in the Purcell Mountains, a subrange of British Columbia's Columbia Mountains, The highest of the three spires is the North Tower at 3,412 m (11,194 ft), the Central Tower the lowest, and the South Tower being slightly lower than the North at 3,292 m (10,801 ft).
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