Titkana Peak

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Titkana Peak
Titkana from Mumm.jpg
Highest point
Elevation 2,827 m (9,275 ft) [1]
Prominence 397 m (1,302 ft)
Coordinates 53°09′20″N119°03′59″W / 53.15556°N 119.06639°W / 53.15556; -119.06639 Coordinates: 53°09′20″N119°03′59″W / 53.15556°N 119.06639°W / 53.15556; -119.06639
Geography
Canada Alberta relief location map - transverse mercator proj.svg
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Titkana Peak
Location in Alberta and British Columbia
Location Alberta
British Columbia
Parent range Rainbow Range
Topo map NTS 83E3 Mount Robson
Climbing
First ascent 1908 L. Coleman

Titkana Peak is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia. Arthur Coleman originally named Ptarmigan Peak in 1907, it was renamed in 1908 to Titkana Peak. It is the Stoney Indian word for bird. [1] [2]

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