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Mount Pauline  Alberta/British Columbia   #3442
Ranges: North America Ranges / Rocky Mountains / Canadian Rockies / Continental Ranges / Park Ranges

Height: 2650 m -> 8694 feet
Prominence?: 1120 m above Loren Pass
Line Parent?: Mount Bess (40.2 km away, at bearing 121 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Chown (35.3 km away)

Location:   53.53497,-119.89881     53:32:06, -119:53:56   11U 307897 5935694 (32 km NE of McBride). NTS Mapsheet: 083.E.12   AreaCode: FL39/FI39
This peak is #27 in Prominence List for Alberta .Located on BC-Alberta border, at head of Chalco Creek. Pauline is a high prominence rocky peak. It has three ridges, all of which appear to have rock steps on them. The rock in this entire area is metamorphic shale or slate. It has several distinct bands of rock. It is unknown how difficult the peak would be to climb.

Name Notes: This peak, along with dozens of others in this area, was named in 1925. It is named after F.A. Pauline the Agent-General for British Columbia at the time. It was originally called Curly Mountain (after Donald "Curly" Phillips, the outfitter who was the first on the summit ridge of Mount Robson. However, there is already a Mount Phillips named after him).

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15 Pauline from the Southeast Robin Tivy
11 Mount Pauline from Big Shale Hill Robin Tivy
8 Pauline from the South Robin Tivy
7 Mount Pauline from West Showing North and South Ridges Robin Tivy