Mount Tuzo

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Mount Tuzo
Mount Tuzo.jpg
Mount Tuzo
Highest point
Elevation 3,248 m (10,656 ft) [1]
Prominence 210 m (690 ft)
Coordinates 51°18′06″N 116°13′42″W / 51.30167°N 116.22833°W / 51.30167; -116.22833Coordinates: 51°18′06″N 116°13′42″W / 51.30167°N 116.22833°W / 51.30167; -116.22833
Geography
Mount Tuzo is located in Alberta
Mount Tuzo
Mount Tuzo
Location in Alberta
Location Alberta/British Columbia, Canada
Parent range Valley of the Ten Peaks
Topo map NTS 82N/08
Climbing
First ascent 1906 H. Tuzo, C. Kaufmann
Easiest route Peak 7

Mount Tuzo was named in 1907 after Henrietta L. Tuzo. It is located within the Valley of the Ten Peaks in the Canadian Rockies, along the Continental Divide, which forms the boundary between British Columbia and Alberta in this region.[2][3]

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