Mount Drysdale
2932m (9620ft.)

Located at the head of Dainard Creek; north buttress of Wolverine Pass. Vermilion (BC) Range, Kootenay Park, Major headwater Kootenay River.
Latitude 51; 08; 55 Longitude 116; 16; 20, Topo map 82N/01


Named in 1924. Drysdale, Charles Wales (A member of the Geological Survey of Canada, Charles Drysdale and a co-worker, William Gray, drowned in the Kootenay River in 1917. Mount Drysdale and Mount Gray stand on opposite sides of Wolverine Pass.) See Mount Gray, Wolverin Official name.

Photo: Looking northeast up Dainard Creek to Wolverine Pass (Mount Drysdale to left, Mount Gray at right from upper Kootenay Valley
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Photo: Looking northeast up Dainard Creek to Mount Drysdale from upper Kootenay Valley

Mount Gray and Mount Drysdale stand on opposite sides of Wolverine Pass
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