Location: 50.99222,-123.79166 50:59:32, -123:47:30 10U 444440 5649258 NTS Mapsheet: 092.J.13 AreaCode: FM03/JH99 First Ascent: 1951 A. Melville; I. Kay; N. Carter; T. Marston; D. Blair; W. Sparling; H. Genschorek
This peak is #76 in Prominence List for British Columbia .An impressive, heavily glaciated peak at the head of the Tchaikazan River and Glacier. This peak is the highest in the Tchaikazan Glacier area with high-angle crumbly brown rock, and impressive cliffs in parts. The easiest route is the southeast ridge.
Name Notes: Mount Monmouth adopted in 1924, later changed to Monmouth Mountain in 1951, after H.M.S. Monmouth, sunk in action in 1914. See Peaks named after Battle of Coronel.
Route Summaries exist for this mountain, but are only available to paid members.