Mount Dunkirk
3030m (9941ft.)

Located in the Dawson Creek Valley. Park, Major headwater Athabasca River.
Latitude 52; 15; 40 Longitude 118; 25; 10, Topo map 83D/08


Named by Henry S. Hall jr. in 1940. The peak honours the miraculous evacuation of the British Army from Dunkirk, France during WW II. Official name.

First ascended in 1940 by H.S. Hall jr., guided by Edward Feuz jr.. Journal reference AAJ 4-314; CAJ 27-213.


Other Information

This peak was featured in an 1846 painting by Paul Kane.

The mountain was named just a few weeks after the miraculous evacuation of the British Army from France in 1940.

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