- This article is for the mountain in the Northern Interior of British Columbia. For the mountain in the East Kootenay region in the province's southeast, see Shark Tooth Mountain (British Columbia). For the similarly named mountain in California, see Sharktooth Peak. For the similarly named mountain in Colorado, see Sharkstooth Peak.
Sharktooth Mountain 2668 m (8753 ft) is a mountain in the Stikine Ranges of the Northern Interior of British Columbia, Canada, located between the Cassiar and Dall Rivers. It has a prominence of 1,653 m, created by the pass at the Frog Lakes between the Pitman River, a tributary of the Stikine and the Frog River, a tributary of the Kechika.