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
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.