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Petlushkwohap Mountain  British Columbia   #1091
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains / Pacific Ranges / Lillooet Ranges / Cantilever Range

Height: 2939 m -> 9642 feet
Prominence?: 514 m  
Line Parent?: Skihist Mountain (4.6 km away, at bearing 214 degrees)
Greater Parent: Skihist Mountain (4.6 km away)

Location:   50.22190,-121.86720     50:13:19, -121:52:02   10U 580809 5563917 (21 km W of Lytton). NTS Mapsheet: 092.I.04   AreaCode: FM01/CI26
First Ascent: 1935 Dominion Topographic Survey
Petlushkwohap Mountain- East Side
Located in the Cantilever range, on the divide between the Stein river and Kwoiek creek. Petlush is the second highest peak in "Southwestern BC" (as defined by the old Culbert Guide). The highest peak is Skihist, 5 km southwest of Petlush. Although its full name is Petlushkwohap Mountain, it is often referred to simply as "Petlush" mountain. The full pronunciation is more or less the way it is spelled: "Pet-lush-k-whop".

Although the final climb of the south ridge from the Winter-Petlush col is straightforward, the real challenge is to reach that col. An examination of the maps reveals that any approach from the north would be a very difficult climb for thousands of feet through steep forest and ravines. And an approach from the west would have to start from the Lillooet River at some place like Lizzie Lake, which would be a huge wilderness traverse. Therefore the main approaches to the Cantilever Range have always been from the Fraser Canyon in the east, either from Kwoiek Creek, or from the Stein River.

Route Summaries exist for this mountain, but are only available to paid members.

Trip Reports within 1 km
19 2005.09.04 Petlushkwohap Mountain - East Ridge Route Tom Cogbill
61 2005.07.01 Petlushkwohap Mountain from Stein Valley Parking Lot Robin Tivy
18 2005.07.01 Petlush from Stryen Creek - Route Description Route Robin Tivy
38 2004.10.02 Petlushkwohap from Kwoiek Creek - Route Description Route Robin Tivy
63 2004.10.02 Gateway to Petlushkwohap Mountain Don Funk

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Paper Maps
1:50000Stein to Joffre Trail Map Trail Ventures BC
 

Subject Photos   View Thumbnails
19 Petlushkwohap and Skihist from Far North Fred Touche
16 Petlushkwohap Mountain- East Side Don Funk
14 Petlushkwohap Mountain - South Ridge Don Funk
10 Petlushkwohap Mountain - North Perspective Justin Brown
8 Petlushkwohap Mountain Laurent Mingo
7 Petlushkwohap Mountain Don Funk

Placename Photos
10 Panorama of the Lower Stein Valley Klaus Haring
7 Labeled Panorama Northeast from Overlord Mountain Lucas Earl
7 View South From Mt Brew - High Peaks of the Lillooet-Nahatlatch Region Drew Brayshaw