Perkin's Pillar

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Perkin's Pillar
Highest point
Elevation 2,430 m (7,970 ft)
Prominence 70 m (230 ft)
Coordinates 50°37′49.0″N 123°31′17.0″W / 50.630278°N 123.521389°W / 50.630278; -123.521389Coordinates: 50°37′49.0″N 123°31′17.0″W / 50.630278°N 123.521389°W / 50.630278; -123.521389
Geography
Location British Columbia, Canada
Parent range Pacific Ranges
Topo map NTS 92J/12
Geology
Mountain type Volcanic plug
Volcanic arc/belt Canadian Cascade Arc
Garibaldi Volcanic Belt
Climbing
First ascent Saturday July 06, 2002 Tim Bennet; Ivan Bandic; Fred Touche

Perkin's Pillar was a vertical pillar of volcanic rock of the Mount Meager massif in southwestern British Columbia, Canada. It existed on the steep north flank of Capricorn Mountain. The upper half of Perkin's Pillar broke sometime in June 2005 and only a jagged sliver remains of the previously mighty summit.

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