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Mount Job

Mount Job
British Columbia, Canada
Elevation 2,493 m (8,179 ft)
Prominence 237 m (778 ft)
Location
Range Pacific Ranges
Coordinates
Topo map NTS 92J/12
Geology
Type Stratovolcano
Age of rock Pliocene
Volcanic arc/belt Canadian Cascade Arc
Garibaldi Volcanic Belt
Last eruption Pleistocene
Climbing
First ascent 1931 N. Carter; A. Dalgleish; T. Fyles; M. Winram
Easiest route Climbing

Mount Job is one of the six named volcanic peaks of Mount Meager in British Columbia, Canada. It is a pile of rubble held together by volcanic ash and sand. The main summit of Mount Job is hard to climb because of difficult access and its horribly loose rock.

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