Middle Finger (mountain)

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Middle Finger
TheFiveFingers.jpg
The Middle Finger is the highest peak, just in the clouds.
Elevation 1,890 m (6,200 ft)
Prominence 973 m (3,192 ft)
Location
Location British Columbia, Canada
Range Five Fingers Group, Pacific Ranges, Coast Mountains
Coordinates 49°30′58″N 122°42′18″W / 49.51611°N 122.70500°W / 49.51611; -122.70500Coordinates: 49°30′58″N 122°42′18″W / 49.51611°N 122.70500°W / 49.51611; -122.70500
Topo map NTS 92.G/10
Climbing
First ascent 1938 L. Harrison; R. Pilkington[1]
Easiest route south side[2]

The Middle Finger is a mountain in the Five Fingers Group, a group of summits on the divide between Pitt Lake and Coquitlam Lake and north of Widgeon Lake, in British Columbia, Canada.[2][3]

The Middle Finger is the highest of the group.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia Middle Finger
  2. ^ a b Fairley p. 250
  3. ^ Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia Five Fingers Group

References[edit]

  • Fairley, Bruce (1986). A Guide to Climbing and Hiking in Southwestern British Columbia. Gordon Soules Book Publishers Ltd. ISBN 0-919574-99-8. 
  • "Middle Finger". Bivouac.com. Retrieved 2007-02-18. 
  • "Five Fingers Group". Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia. Retrieved 2007-02-18.