Photo: Looking southwest to Bident Mountain (left) and Quadra Mountain (right) from Panorama Ridge
- 3084 m (10,119ft)
- First Ascent
- Naming History
- Hiking and Trails
Located at the head of Consolation Valley and at the head of Boom Creek Valley; west buttress of Consolation Pass
Visible from Highway: 1, 93N
Ascent Party: Charles Thompson
Ascent Guide: Hans Kaufmann
Named for: The mountain resembles a double tooth and takes its name from ?bidentate? meaning having two teeth or toothlike parts.
The summits of Bident Mountain and the four peaks of Quadra Mountain rise from a spectacular glacier lying above steep cliffs at the southern end of the valley containing Consolation Lakes.