Tricouni Peak

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Tricouni Peak
Highest point
Elevation 2,122 m (6,962 ft)
Prominence 252 m (827 ft)
Coordinates 50°00′49.4388″N 123°14′41.0598″W / 50.013733000°N 123.244738833°W / 50.013733000; -123.244738833Coordinates: 50°00′49.4388″N 123°14′41.0598″W / 50.013733000°N 123.244738833°W / 50.013733000; -123.244738833[1]
Location British Columbia, Canada
Parent range Pacific Ranges
Topo map NTS 92J/03
First ascent 1931 J. Cherry; T. Fyles; H. Wynne
Easiest route rock/ice climb

Tricouni Peak is a mountain located south of Cypress Peak on the Squamish-Cheakamus divide within the Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains in southwestern British Columbia, Canada. It was named in 1931 by Tom Fyles et al, the first ascent party. According to Tom Fyles himself,[2] "Tricouni Mountain was the name suggested for the peak, as from a distance it had the appearance of three cones". A misinterpreted "resemblance to a 3-pointed tricouni boot nail" was mentioned only much later, and not by Fyles. The name "Tricouni Peak" was adopted on 22 June 1967.[3]


  1. ^ "Tricouni Peak". Openstreetmap. Retrieved 21 August 2017. 
  2. ^ Canadian Alpine Journal, vol. XX, 1931, p.63
  3. ^ "Tricouni Peak". BC Geographical Names.