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Cond Peak (Kokanee Glacier)  British Columbia   #2725
Ranges: North America Ranges / Columbia Mountains / Selkirk Mountains / Slocan Ranges / Kokanee Range

Height: 2801 m -> 9190 feet
Prominence?: 1720 m above Zincton Pass
Line Parent?: Mount Stubbs (46.9 km away, at bearing 353 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Cooper (48.4 km away)

Location:   49.74611,-117.14194     49:44:46, -117:08:31   11U 489774 5510412 (17 km N of Harrop). NTS Mapsheet: 082.F.11   AreaCode: EL97/HB44
Cond Peak from the North (on Kokanee Glacier)
This peak is #52 in Prominence List for British Columbia .This is the highest of the Kokanee Glacier peaks, and also the highest of the Kokanee Ranges south of Kaslo-New Denver.

1. Via keyhole trail and west ridge Shortest route would be directly up the Keyhole trail, all the way to the north col of Esmeralda. Then contour southeast across easy talus slopes on the west ridge to gain the west ridge of Cond.
2. Via Kaslo Lake and NW Ridge Easy glacier travel. From the camping area on Kaslo Lake, hike SE up the ridge toward the Pyramids. Cross over the N ridge of Pyaramids and get onto the glacier. Although glacier is not steep, rope and crampons may be recommended, based on conditions.

Trips within 1 km
24 2020.06.29 Esmeralda Peak via "Y" Couloir Kieran Simpson
33 2020.06.27 Cond Peak via Southern Slopes Kieran Simpson
43 2010.07.20 Climbing the Southwest Ridge of Esmeralda Peak Sandra McGuinness
63 2009.08.29 Climbing Kane Peak from Gibson Lake Sandra McGuinness
43 2007.03.10 A Snowpack Enema: The 2007 KMC Kokanee Ski Week Sandra McGuinness
59 2004.03.20 Ski Touring in Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park Sandra McGuinness


Subject Photos   View Thumbnails
22 Cond Peak, Sawtooth Ridge and Kokanee Glacier Doug Brown
16 Now You See It, Soon You Don't: The Rapidly Disappearing Kokanee Glacier Sandra McGuinness
9 Cond Peak from the North (on Kokanee Glacier) Kieran Simpson
6 Kokanee Glacier from Glacier View Peak Doug Brown

Placename Photos
8 Kokanee Range from the Northwest Doug Brown
5 Southern Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park Mountains Matt Lucas