Mount Cayley

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Mount Cayley
Mount Cayley.jpg
Mount Cayley viewed from southeast
Highest point
Elevation2,385 m (7,825 ft)
Prominence674 m (2,211 ft)
Coordinates50°07′13″N 123°17′27″W / 50.12028°N 123.29083°W / 50.12028; -123.29083Coordinates: 50°07′13″N 123°17′27″W / 50.12028°N 123.29083°W / 50.12028; -123.29083
Geography
Parent rangePacific Ranges
Topo mapNTS 92J/13
Geology
Volcanic arc/beltCanadian Cascade Arc
Garibaldi Volcanic Belt

Mount Cayley is a mountain and highest point of the Mount Cayley massif between the Cheakamus and Squamish rivers in British Columbia, Canada. It has an elevation of 2,385 m (7,825 ft).[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kelman, Melanie Catherine (2005). Glaciovolcanism at the Mount Cayley volcanic field, Garibaldi Volcanic Belt, southwestern British Columbia (PhD). University of British Columbia. p. 30.

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