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Hazelton Mountains
Parent Area: BC Interior Mountains

Area: 25118 sq km. Location: The Hazelton Mountains span the Skeena River in the area of Hazelton, roughly between Terrace and the Bulkley River. In the system of prominence regions, the northern half of the Hazelton Mountains is composed of the Nass Ranges and the much smaller Kispiox Range, the Nass Ranges being also catalogued as the Priestley 4 Region, while the area south of the Skeena comprise the Bulkley Ranges, aka the Howson 3 Region, plus the Tahtsa Ranges as far south as and including the Pattullo Range (according to Holland).

Top Trips
Traversing East of the Gamsby and Kimsquit Rivers Dave Williams
Mount Priestley, first ascent John Gill
Weeskinisht Peak Climb Matthew Reid
Caribou Mountain Alpine Loop Robin Tivy
Silvern Lakes Hike and climb Refuge Peak Robin Tivy
Mount Forster - Attempt from the North Kathie Wagar
Mount Forster attempt via Grizzly Lakes Road Robin Tivy
A Trip up the Northwest Side of Brian Boru Kathie Wagar
Smithers Road Trip in the big smoke Robin Tivy
Copper River bush-fest Glenn Woodsworth
More Trips

Top Photos
Howson Peak - First Ascent Route Christoph Dietzfelbinger
Mount Priestley and the Nass Valley Bryan Last
Tsaydaychuz Peak from Thunder Mountain Don Funk
Kispiox Mountain from the east Graeme Pole
Skiing in the Howson Range John Baldwin
Seven Sisters from the Skeena Valley David Campbell
Backwater Corners of the Coast Mountains: Smaby Peak Glenn Woodsworth
Morning Light on Khawachen Mountain Glenn Woodsworth
Mount Forster (Ned's Peak) in the Telkwa Range Kathie Wagar
Hudson Bay Mountain from Bulkley Valley David Campbell
More Photos

Alpine Journal Articles
1957 The Accident on Mt. Howson Sterling B. Hendricks
Paper Maps