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Tim Jones Peak (Mount Seymour Second Peak, Second Pump Peak)  British Columbia   #17551
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains / Pacific Ranges / Fannin Range

Height: 1425 m -> 4675 feet
Prominence?: 45 m  
Line Parent?: Mount Seymour (0.3 km away, at bearing 345 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Seymour (0.3 km away)

Location:   49.39056,-122.94334     49:23:26, -122:56:36   10U 504112 5470875 (9 km SW of Head of Indian Arm). (8 km N of Belcarra). NTS Mapsheet: 092.G.07   AreaCode: EM92/DJ94
Tim Jones Peak - North Face
The second peak of Mount Seymour is the last peak before the main summit in the sequence of bumps starting from the parking lot. The trail goes over the ridge west of the summit. The north side of it is a steep somewhat exposed drop to the final notch between it and Mount Seymour, the crux of a winter ski trip.

Name Notes: This peak is officially named in honour of Tim Jones, a long time member of North Shore Rescue who passed away January 19, 2014 whilst hiking a trail on Mount Seymour.

Trips within 1 km
16 2017.02.02 Winter climb of Runner Peak from south col Serguei Okountsev
31 2014.06.21 Hiking the Elsay Lake Trail George Hill
44 2013.10.06 Mount Seymour, Seven Summits in Seven Hours Klaus Haring
29 2013.07.14 Mount Elsay and Rector Peak Sara L
35 2011.07.09 Mid-summer ski ascent of Mount Seymour Robin Tivy
28 2008.08.08 Mount Elsay Loop (anti-clockwise) Tim Gage
40 2007.09.09 Mount Elsay Revisited Klaus Haring
47 2006.07.01 Mount Bishop Loop - Backcountry Tour of Seymour Park Robin Tivy
12 2001.12.23 Snowshoe Mount Seymour Gary Sutton
55 1998.09.12 Mount Bishop, Elsay, and Runner Peak Robin Tivy
21 1998.02.15 John Clarke's Route to Mt Seymour Route Blair Mitten


Paper Maps
1:20000North Shore Trail Map - 2nd Edition Trail Ventures BC

Subject Photos   View Thumbnails
5 Tim Jones Peak - North Face Fred Touche
5 Mount Seymour Serguei Okountsev

Placename Photos
9 Seymour Panorama with Theta Peak Klaus Haring
6 Spindle Peak, Spindle Couloir and Crown Group Serguei Okountsev