|Elevation||1,886 m (6,188 ft)|
|Prominence||353 m (1,158 ft)|
|Location||British Columbia, Canada|
|Parent range||Spectrum Range|
|Topo map||NTS 104G/02|
|Age of rock||Pleistocene|
|Mountain type||Subglacial mound|
|Volcanic arc/belt||Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province|
Wetalth Ridge is an isolated ridge in northern British Columbia, Canada, located 74 km (46 mi) southwest of Tatogga and south of Telegraph Creek. It lies on the southwest side of Little Arctic Lake at the southwest corner of Mount Edziza Provincial Park.
Wetalth Ridge is a volcanic feature associated with the Spectrum Range volcanic complex which in turn form part of the Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province. It is a subglacial mound that formed in the Pleistocene period when this area was buried beneath glacial ice during the last ice age.
- List of volcanoes in Canada
- List of Northern Cordilleran volcanoes
- Volcanism of Canada
- Volcanism of Western Canada
- Wetalth Ridge in the Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia
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