Mount Copeland is a summit in the Monashee Mountains to the northwest of Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada. It was named in 1939, along with Copeland Creek (aka Wildgoose Creek) and Copeland Ridge, of which it is the summit, for Ralph Copeland (1837-1905), an English astronomer and the third Astronomer Royal for Scotland.
Mount Copeland is the site of the highest recorded snowfall in Canada in one season (July 1, 1971-June 30,1972).
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