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Mount Tiedemann  British Columbia   #228
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains / Pacific Ranges

Height: 3838 m -> 12592 feet
Prominence?: 848 m  
Line Parent?: Mount Waddington (2.9 km away, at bearing 220 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Waddington (2.9 km away)

Location:   51.39396,-125.23660     51:23:38, -125:14:12   10U 344400 5696010NTS Mapsheet: 092.N.06   AreaCode: FM15/DC93
First Ascent: 1939 S. Hendricks; H. Fuhrer; R. Gibson; H. Hall: Chaos Glcr to N Arete
Mount Tiedemann
This peak is #8 on the Height List for British Columbia .Mount Tiedemann is the second highest peak in the Coast Mountains, 3 km to the northeast of Mount Waddington, and separated from it by a deep pass joining the Tiedemann and Schimitar glaciers. Tiedemann is the highest point in a cluster of peaks on the far side of the big drop. The south face is generally rocky; the north side is cloaked in snow and ice.

Name Notes: BC Placename cards say: Adopted 3 April 1928 on Ottawa file OBF 1018, as suggested by Don Munday because or its' proximity to Tiedemann Creek and Glacier (file M.1.27). The creek itself was named after Herman O. Tiedemann, CE, explorer of the Homathko River, 1862 - 1872. According to January 1972 advice from Provincial Archives, Tiedemann wrote to Mr. Waddington in July 1862, stating that he named this stream after himself, after nearly drowning in it.

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Subject Photos   View Thumbnails
21 Combatant Mountain and Mount Tiedemann from the Southwest Don Funk
13 Mount Tiedemann Jennifer Nageli

Placename Photos
19 Combatant Mountain, Tiedemann, and Asperity from the South Don Funk
8 Vintage Govt Aerial of Tiedemann Glacier and Mount Waddington Mike Cleven
5 The South Faces of the Tiedemann Group Scott Pick