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Channel Peak  British Columbia   #4742
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains / Pacific Ranges / Lillooet Ranges / Brew-Siwhe Group

Height: 2656 m -> 8714 feet
Prominence?: 466 m above Gott Pass
Line Parent?: Elusive Peak (4.6 km away, at bearing 129 degrees)
Greater Parent: Elusive Peak (4.6 km away)

Location:   50.45917,-122.17222     50:27:33, -122:10:20   10U 558757 5590012 (12 km NE of Duffey Lake). (29 km S of Seton Portage). NTS Mapsheet: 092.J.08   AreaCode: FM02/EB57
First Ascent: 1969 John Clarke
Channel Peak From the South - September
This mountain is at the north end of the long north-south ridge between Gott Creek and Blowdown Creek. It is the highest point on that ridge. It is directly east of the small lake at the junction of the two branches of Channel Creek. Although its ultimate line parent is Elusive, it is a long way around the horseshoe at the head of the creek.

Name Notes: Channel Creek is the forked creek which lies between Gott Creek and Blowdown Creek. Only label that has been seen is on a road sign, this short creek is not labelled on BC Basemap or NTS.

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

Trip Reports within 1 km
67 2011.07.29 Climb Tigger and Channel from Channel Creek Robin Tivy

Comments

Paper Maps
1:50000Duffey Lake John Baldwin Books and Maps
 

Subject Photos   View Thumbnails
10 Peaks above Channel Creek from "Playtex" Basin Bram van Straaten
10 Channel Peak From the South - September Robert Bailey

Placename Photos
11 Looking Down The East Gott Creek Valley Simon Chesterton
6 Early Morning Sun In Melvin Creek Valley Brian Buick