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Tetrahedron Peak  British Columbia   #864
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains / Pacific Ranges

Height: 1739 m -> 5705 feet
Prominence?: 1164 m above Sechelt-McNab Pass
Line Parent?: Mount Sedgwick (22.4 km away, at bearing 47 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Tantalus (29.0 km away)

Location:   49.60750,-123.56722     49:36:27, -123:34:02   10U 459019 5495147 (20 km NE of Sechelt). NTS Mapsheet: 092.G.12   AreaCode: EM93/GF06
First Ascent: 1939 ACC Party
Tetrahedron from Mount Steele (Autumn)
Tetrahedron Peak is an impressive peak, the highest on the Sunshine Coast. Although one might think it could be easily climbed from the Tetrahedron Plateau on the west, it is actually a long way from there, and parties would have to do a fairly big drop to get to the mountain. From the east, it is mostly a steep and terribly bushy scramble up from the Rainy-Tetrahedron Col.

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

Trip Reports within 1 km
13 2010.09.22 Beginner hiker's guide to Tetrahedron by experience Ben Rusuisiak
56 2003.07.19 Tetrahedron Self Propelled - Following Robin Tivy Jason Addy
51 1982.06.15 Summers of our Lives: Tetrahedron Peak by Bicycle Robin Tivy

Comments
2004.01.01 Proof from old Mtn record field Drew Brayshaw
 

Subject Photos   View Thumbnails
13 Tetrahedron Peak Mike Peel
10 Tetrahedron from Mount Steele (Autumn) Robin Tivy
10 Tetrahedron East Summit Ridge Robin Tivy
9 Tetrahedron Peak in Winter Klaus Haring
9 Tetrahedron from Mount Steele Dean Allchin
4 Tetrahedron - NE Face Mackenzie Booth

Placename Photos
8 Panorama from the top of Trematon Mountain Lucas Earl
8 Panther Peak and other Tetrahedron Peaks Natasha Gellatly
3 Aerial Photograph of Tetrahedron Peak Area Peter Gumplinger