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Big Bend Ranges
Parent Area: Selkirk Mountains

Area: 6108 sq km.The Big Bend Ranges are the northern section of the Selkirks in the angle of the "Big Bend" of the Columbia River, and include all mountains north of the Trans-Canada Highway. Officially named sub-ranges: Clachnacudainn Range, Hermit Range, Windy Range, Adamant Range, Sir Sandford Range.

Top Trips
2008 KMC Climbing Camp : Among the Adamants: Sandra McGuinness
Peak Bagging in the Adamant Range Sandra McGuinness
Northwest Ridge of Sir Sandford Andrea Petzold
Northern Monashee's ski traverse -Moonbeam to Mica Creek Jeff Volp
Cross Canada Road Trip (And Culture Exchange) Robin Tivy
Fred Laing Peak from Mica Creek Dean Richards
Kootenays Road Trip and Three Alpine Meadow Trips Robin Tivy
Ice on Mount Rogers Klaus Haring
Thanksgiving in the Carnes group south Yann Bourdon
Skiing with Caribou: Touring in Mount Revelstoke National Park Sandra McGuinness
More Trips

Top Photos
Mount Sir Sandford from Pioneer Peak Jeff Volp
Carnes Peak and Towers from the South Stephen Skog
The Stickle - North Face Stephen Skog
Mount Chapman from Northwest Stephen Skog
Mount Moloch from Salbyt Peak Lee Lau
Neptune, Cronus, Rhea Stephen Skog
Iconoclast Mountain's North Face Steve Sheriff
Warsaw Mountain - West Side Stephen Skog
Above Bachelor Pass Stephen Skog
Sorcerer Mountain - North Face Stephen Skog
More Photos

Alpine Journal Articles
1906 First Ascent Of Mount Tupper Wolfgang Koehler
1908 How to Reach Mount Sir Sandford P. A. Carson
Paper Maps