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Asteroid Peak (Peak 7185)  British Columbia   #9725
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Coast Mountains

Height: 2288 m -> 7507 feet
Prominence?: 1174 m above Kitlope-Skowquiltz Pass II
Line Parent?: Shark's Teeth Peaks (23.5 km away, at bearing 23 degrees)
Greater Parent: Shark's Teeth Peaks (23.5 km away)

Location:   52.81170,-127.37470     52:48:42, -127:22:29   9U 609544 5852562 (64 km NW of Bella Coola). NTS Mapsheet: 093.D.14   AreaCode: FM27/ID17
Located at the head of the Skowquiltz River, east of the Kitlope River. Peak is marked with a spot height of 7185 feet on 1:50,000. Extensive glaciers high up. The terrain is fairly gentle higher up, but incredibly steep dropping into Slowquiltz River.

Name Notes: An asteroid is a small, solid object in our Solar System, orbiting the Sun. An asteroid is an example of a minor planet (or planetoid), which are much smaller than planets. Most asteroids are believed to be remnants of the protoplanetary disc which were not incorporated into planets during the system's formation. Some asteroids have moons. The vast majority of the asteroids are within the main asteroid belt, with elliptical orbits between those of Mars and Jupiter.

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