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Kootenay Ranges (Western Ranges)
Parent Area: Continental Ranges

Area: 4940 sq km. Location: The Kootenay Ranges are a long north-south chain lying between the Kootenay River and the Columbia river. They are part of the Canadian Rockies.

Top Trips
Ascents in Top of the World Provincial Park Rick Collier
Beaverfoot Traverse, part VI Rick Collier
Traverse of the First Section of the North Beaverfoot Range Rick Collier
Climbs in the Neighbourhood of Tanglefoot Lake (Fisher and Patmore) Rick Collier
Tanglefoot Lake - Five Passes Loop Robin Tivy
On Top of the World - Mount Morro Klaus Haring
Kootenays Road Trip and Three Alpine Meadow Trips Robin Tivy
Middle Beaverfoot Traverse (IV) Rick Collier
An Ascent of the Highest of the Steeples Rick Collier
Traverse of the Beaverfoot Range, Part I Rick Collier
More Trips

Top Photos
Teepee Mountain from South Kieran Simpson
The Steeples from the North Rick Collier
Mount Gagnebin from the Southeast Rick Collier
Kapristo Mountain from the Southeast Rick Collier
Empire State Peak Rick Collier
Mount Fisher Kevin Altheim
The Sinclair Creek Valley from the Kindersley-Sinclair Col David Wasserman
Mount Sinclair from the Sinclair Creek Trail David Wasserman
Approaching the Summit of The Judge Dean Richards
Indian Head Mountain from the northwest Steven Coombes
More Photos

Alpine Journal Articles
Paper Maps
Kootenay National Park Gem Trek 1:100000 100m