|Located northeast of Guanaco Peak. The summit is an easy ascent from the southeast or from the north by way of Drum Lake. It is about 5km due west of the old toll booth area on the Coquihalla Highway.|
July is, technically, not part of the Anderson River Group. It is lithologically distinct (composed of older, fractured Eagle Granodiorite, instead of newer, solid Needle Peak pluton rock), and is separated from the Anderson Group by the pass which connects Coldwater River and Anderson River.