Duplicate Mountain
3150m (10335ft.)

Located at the head of the Clemenceau Glacier. Park, Major headwater Columbia River.
Latitude 52; 12; 10 Longitude 117; 52; 50, Topo map 83C/04

Named by Interprovincial Boundary Survey in 1919. The surveyors noted that the summits of this mountain were very similar. Official name.

First ascended in 1936 by Rex Gibson, S.B. Hendricks, R.C. Hind, J. SouthardJournal reference AAJ -3-43.

Photo: Duplicate Mountain from the northwest on a moraine on the side of the Tusk Glacier (courtesy Rienk Lakeman)
Photo: The duplicate peaks on Duplicate Mountain from the northwest (courtesy Rienk Lakeman)

Climbing Routes
North-East Summit, North Ridge II
The lower section is a rock ridge of the usual quality rock leading up to a steep final ice slope below the summit. The majority of the climbing is on snow and ice. Dougherty, Selected Alpine Climbs page 239
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