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Mount Birch  British Columbia
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains / Pacific Ranges / Chilcotin Ranges

Height: 2232 m -> 7323 feet
Prominence?: 637 m above Leon-Junction Pass
Line Parent?: Roderick Peak (20 km away, at bearing 334 degrees)
Greater Parent: Red Mountain (39 km away)

Location:   50.94791,-122.17184     50:56:52, -122:10:19   10U 558176 5644359 (25 km N of Shalalth). NTS Mapsheet: 092.J.16   AreaCode: FM02/JB47
Located in the Camelsfoot Range, 20 km west of the Fraser River. Mt. Birch and neighbouring Mt. Duncan (2.1km southeast) are the high points on a narrow spine of the central Camelsfoot Range, just north of Moha. They are joined by a saddle-ridge that is relatively gentle in comparison to the surrounding terrain. This is an extremely rugged area of the Camelsfoot and access will be difficult from the direction of the Yalakom River.

Name Notes: Mt. Birch is named for Arthur Nonus Birch, appointed Colonial Secretary for British Columbia in 1864 when Governor Seymour took over as governor of the Mainland Colony.

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2014.02.01 Notes on the Name Mount Birch Robin Tivy
 

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