Mount Dawson (Hasler Peak) British Columbia #221
Ranges: North America Ranges / Columbia Mountains / Selkirk Mountains / Duncan Ranges / Deville Ranges / Dawson Group
Height: 3377 m -> 11079 feet
Prominence?: 2045 m above Rogers Pass
Line Parent?: Mount Sir Sandford (64.1 km away, at bearing 331 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Sir Sandford (64.1 km away)
Location: 51.15139,-117.42056 51:09:05, -117:25:14 11U 470585 5666744 (36 km SW of Golden). NTS Mapsheet: 082.N.03 AreaCode: FL17/BE52
First Ascent: Sunday August 13, 1899 Charles E Fay, Herschel C Parker, Edward Feuz Sr., Christian Hasler Sr.
| This peak is #58 on the Height List for British Columbia . This peak is #26 in Prominence List for British Columbia .Mount Dawson is located near the northwest end of the Deville Neve, south of Rogers Pass in Glacier National Park. Hasler Peak (Mount Dawson) is the second highest peak in the Selkirk Mountains. (The highest is Sir Sandford).|
Name Notes: On the topo maps, Mount Dawson is actually spread across two peaks: Hasler Peak and Feuz Peak. Jones guidebook says Mount Dawson consists of three peaks: Michel Peak, Feuz Peak, and Hasler Peak. In any event, our policy is to use the historical name as the primary title of the highest point. Therefore Mount Dawson/Hasler Peak.
Hasler and Feuz Peaks were named by Professor Fay after two of his guides: Edouard Feuz Sr. and Christian Hasler Sr. after his ascent in 1899. Feuz Peak is on the west side of the massif and Hasler Peak on the east. Hasler is the highest. Adopted in 1901, after geologist George Mercer Dawson.
1. From Glacier Circle Hut The normal route up Mount Dawson is from Glacier Circle hut. The route is up the lower ridge of Mount Fox until the Fox Glacier snowfield is reached, then up the bare shale ridge between the Fox and Dawson Glaciers. This leads to the summit ridge between Mt. Selwyn and Hasler Peak.
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74 2006.04.19 A Southern Selkirk Haute Route Jeff Volp
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23 The Dawson Amphitheater Jeff Volp
14 Moonrise over the Dawson Range Klaus Haring
9 Mount Dawson from Asulkan Pass Steve Sheriff
7 Mount Dawson and Associates Rick Collier
7 Hasler Peak and the Comstock Couloir Conor Hurley
6 Summit of Hasler Peak/Mount Dawson Conor Hurley
13 Ascending Mount Selwyn Jeff Volp
13 Mount MacDonald North Face Jason Dixon
10 Dawson Range from Hermit Doug Brown
8 Rogers Pass from Mount Rogers Dave Sproule
4 Battle Range and Dawson Group from Purcells Dean Richards
3 View south from the Hermit meadows Jason Dixon