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Mount Phillips  Alberta/British Columbia   #532
Ranges: North America Ranges / Rocky Mountains / Canadian Rockies / Continental Ranges / Park Ranges

Height: 3246 m -> 10650 feet
Prominence?: 524 m  
Line Parent?: Whitehorn Mountain (4.5 km away, at bearing 185 degrees)
Greater Parent: Whitehorn Mountain (4.0 km away)

Location:   53.17700,-119.26077     53:10:37, -119:15:39   11U 348911 5894347 (26 km NE of Tete Jaune Cache). NTS Mapsheet: 083.E.03   AreaCode: FL39/BC76
The North Face of Mount Phillips
This peak is #94 on the Height List for Alberta .null

Name Notes: Named after Donald "Curly" Phillips, a well known guide in the Jasper area. Phillips was the guide who joined up with Reverend George Kinney in 1909 for the disputed first ascent of Mount Robson. In a sense, Phillips and Kinney are the Mallory and Irvine of the Canadian Rockies. Robson wasn't climbed for sure until 1913 by Conrad Kain.

Phillips led the Alpine Club expedition to Mount Robson in 1911, and again in 1913, and 1924. He was in the Tonquin region in 1926, and with Mary Jobe to Sir Alexander in 1927. He was killed by an avalanche in 1938 near Elysium Pass.

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Comments
2004.01.01 Proof from old Mtn record field Mike Cleven
 

Subject Photos   View Thumbnails
12 The Retreat of the Swiftcurrent Glacier Klaus Haring
8 The North Face of Mount Phillips John Scurlock