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Mount Findlay  British Columbia   #2692
Ranges: North America Ranges / Columbia Mountains / Purcell Mountains

Height: 3162 m -> 10374 feet
Prominence?: 1032 m above Carney-Dutch Pass
Line Parent?: Mount Toby (16.2 km away, at bearing 345 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Farnham (45.0 km away)

Location:   50.08194,-116.49496     50:04:55, -116:29:42   11U 536133 5547863 (35 km NE of Kaslo). NTS Mapsheet: 082.K.01   AreaCode: FL06/AE89
First Ascent: Thursday July 24, 1930 E. Cromwell, J.M. Thorington, Conrad Kain, P. Kaufmann
Mount Findlay and Lone Cairn Lake
Named after John Findlay, a partner in the North West Company; see page 103 Place Names of the Canadian Alps for details. A remote glaciated peak in the southern Purcells. It is a two-day approach up Findlay and Granite Creeks through the Purcell Wilderness Conservancy.

Name Notes: Adopted in 1954.

Route Summaries exist for this mountain, but are only available to paid members.

Trip Reports within 1 km
75 2004.07.24 Horsing Around up Granite Creek (Mount Findlay) Doug Brown

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Paper Maps
1:600000Southwest Alberta Southeast B.C. Explorer's Map (Road Map) Gem Trek
 

Subject Photos   View Thumbnails
22 Mount Findlay Doug Brown
15 Clutterbuck to Findlay Panorama Doug Brown
11 Mount Findlay and Lone Cairn Lake Doug Brown
10 Mount Findlay from the Northwest (Telephoto) Dean Richards
9 Mount Findlay from the Southwest (Telephoto) Dean Richards

Placename Photos
9 Mount Pambrun from the Northwest Dean Richards