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Stanley Peak  British Columbia   #1801
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains / Pacific Ranges / Lillooet Icefield

Height: 2937 m -> 9636 feet
Prominence?: 357 m  
Line Parent?: Mount Daphnis (9.8 km away, at bearing 282 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Daphnis (9.8 km away)

Location:   50.83111,-123.72417     50:49:52, -123:43:27   10U 449002 5631294 (25 km NW of Keyhole Falls). (87 km NW of Pemberton). NTS Mapsheet: 092.J.13   AreaCode: FM03/IH32
First Ascent: 1963 E. Kafer; M. Kafer; H. Eigenmann; S. Eigenmann
Stanley Peak from the Ring Glacier
A heavily glaciated but gentle peak located at the triple point between the Bridge, Lillooet and Bishop River drainages. The slopes immediately S of the peak drain into the Bridge Glacier, but the western slopes drain around the corner into the Lillooet Glacier, as well as northward down the Stanley Smith Glacier to the Bishop River.

1. From Camp (1963.08.17) Martin and Ester Kafer, . Easy rock scramble. So there was nothing for it but to climb "Stanley Peak" (ca. 10,000 feet) which turned out to be an easy rock scramble.
2. North face Class 2. An easy ski ascent up the north slopes

Trips within 1 km
56 2004.05.20 Bridge and Lillooet Rivers Headwater Traverse - Slim to Meager David Campbell
88 2004.04.29 Losing Weight: From Slim to Meager (Lillooet Icefield Traverse) Scott Nelson
66 1990.04.28 Lillooet Icefield Traverse - Monmouth to Meager Creek Rick Collier
55 1986.05.11 The Great Tchaikazan - Lillooet Traverse Part 2: Failure Klaus Haring
57 1963.08.10 1963 Lillooet Icefield Expedition Martin Kafer

2004.01.01 Proof from old Mtn record field Robin Tivy

Subject Photos   View Thumbnails
15 Topping Out on Stanley Peak David Campbell
9 Stanley Peak and the North Bridge Glacier from the east Lucas Earl
9 Stanley Peak from the Ring Glacier Rick Collier
8 Stanley Peak above the upper Bridge Glacier Klaus Haring

Placename Photos
9 Griswold Pass panorama from Microscope SE1 Lucas Earl
8 Lepton Mountain from NE Klaus Haring