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Mount Chapman  British Columbia   #5336
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains / Pacific Ranges

Height: 3043 m -> 9984 feet
Prominence?: 254 m  
Line Parent?: Mount Winstone (1.7 km away, at bearing 36 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Winstone (1.7 km away)

Location:   51.00604,-123.72668     51:00:22, -123:43:36   10U 449016 5650748NTS Mapsheet: 092.O.04   AreaCode: FM13/AH02
First Ascent: 1973 Martin Kafer, John Clarke, Frank Baumann and others, BCMC party on a ski expedition
Located on the east side of the head of the Tchaikazan Glacier, 1.7 km south-southwest of Mount Winstone. First ascent in 1973 by Martin Kafer, John Clarke, and party on a BCMC ski expedition

Name Notes: Mt. Chapman and Chapman Glacier, Chapman Creek (like many other peaks climbed on the 1973 BCMC ski expedition) are named after a prominent BCMC member -- Charles F. ("Chappy") Chapman, who was born in England, joined the BCMC at its beginnings in 1907 and soon became very active in exploring the mountains north of Vancouver. He also contributed greatly in getting other people interested in the mountains through his accounts of mountain trips in the local newspapers and through lectures. He was President of the BCMC from 1914-1919 and Honorary President of the club from 1952 until his death in 1960. He was elected an honorary member in 194Z and was also made a Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society for his exploration in the Coast Mountains. Notable first ascents; Mt. Seymour (1908), Mt. Mamquam (1911). The ''B.C. Mountaineer'' was printed by Chapman's firm from 1923 to 1966 and it was through his generosity that it was saved from folding a number of times.

Trip Reports within 1 km
65 1988.08.06 The Great Tchaikazan Expedition Klaus Haring

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