|Located 5 km west of Chilko Lake, just south of Franklyn Arm. It is at the head of Glasgow Creek, Good Hope Creek and Farrow Creek. Good Hope was first reported in a CAJ article in 1912 by Malcolm Goddard, but was not climbed till 10 years later. However, Good Hope was not climbed until a decade later, by Bishop, chief surveyor of British Columbia. The peak was climbed by R.P. Bishop and his assistant, George Durham, during triangulation surveys in 1922. |
Name Notes: The name refers to the armoured cruiser H.M.S. Good Hope. It was named in 1924 by surveyor R.P. Bishop. The Good Hope was sunk off the coast of Chile in the Battle of Coronel, November 1, 1914. See
Peaks Named after Battle of Coronel.