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The Bookworms  British Columbia   #614
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains / Pacific Ranges / Garibaldi Ranges

Height: 2331 m -> 7648 feet
Prominence?: 21 m  
Line Parent?: Mount Carr (1.2 km away, at bearing 18 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Carr (1.0 km away)

Location:   49.91394,-122.93626     49:54:50, -122:56:11   10U 504576 5529064 (6 km E of Garibaldi Lake). (22 km S of Whistler). NTS Mapsheet: 092.G.15   AreaCode: EM92/JJ13
First Ascent: 1922 N. Carter; C. Townsend
The Bookworms - North Side
Located at the top of the ridge above the Sphinx Glacier, and south of Mount Carr. The easternmost Bookworms is the highest point.

Name Notes: Named by Neal Carter, who thought one of the pinaccles looked like a monk holding a book (VOCJ 2 - 1959). Dedicated to those who study all the time by UBC Varsity Outdoor Club members. A bookworm is someone who studies all the time, instead of being out skiing.

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

Trip Reports within 1 km
40 2006.05.16 McBride Ski Traverse Johnny Mikes
79 2006.05.11 Backbone of Garibaldi Park: McBride Ski Traverse Robin Tivy
59 2006.05.11 McBride Traverse - Diamond Head to Whistler - Route Description Route Robin Tivy
43 2002.05.12 McBride Traverse - Whistler to Diamond Head Kurt Fickeisen
60 2002.05.11 McBride Traverse - An Alternate Route to the Squamish-Whistler Highway Jordan Peters
20 1982.05.30 Parapet Peak From Garibaldi Lake Route Klaus Haring
9 null Phyllis Engine - West Face Route Todd Ponzini

Comments
2016.04.15 Where are the three Bookworms on a topo map? Robin Tivy
 

Subject Photos   View Thumbnails
9 The Bookworms - North Side Fred Touche
7 Bypassing a Bookworm on the East Robin Tivy

Placename Photos
5 Classic Garibaldi Lake Panorama Lucas Earl