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Cantilever Range

Cantilever Range
Location map of Cantilever Range
Highest point
Peak Skihist Mountain
Elevation 2,968 m (9,738 ft)
Coordinates
Dimensions
Area 475 km2 (183 sq mi)
Geography
Country Canada
State/Province British Columbia
Parent range Lillooet Ranges

The Cantilever Range is a subrange of the Lillooet Ranges subgrouping of the Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains. About 1100 km² in area and about 50 km E-W and 35 km N-S, it is located southwest of Lytton[1] between the valleys of the Stein River (N) and Kwoiek Creek (S).

The Cantilever Range is the highest sector of the Lillooet Ranges and is crowned by Skihist Mountain, which stands 2968 m (9738 ft), making it the highest mountain in southwestern British Columbia. The next-highest is nearby Petlushkwohap Mountain, standing 2939 m (9642 ft). Most other peaks in the range, which is really a ridge between the two watersheds defining it, are more or less subpeaks of these two.

The north flank of the Cantilever Range is in the Stein Valley Nlaka'pamux Heritage Park.

References

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External links

  • Cantilever Range entry in the Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia


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