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Mount McBride

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Mount McBride

Mount McBride
Elevation 2,083 m (6,834 ft)
Prominence 918 m (3,012 ft)
Location
Location Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
Range Vancouver Island Ranges
Coordinates
Topo map NTS 92F/12
Climbing
First ascent 1926

Mount McBride is a mountain located on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. It is 34 kilometres east of Gold River and 10 km (6 mi) northeast of Golden Hinde.

Mount McBride is one of two peaks in British Columbia named for BC Sir Richard McBride. The other is Mount Sir Richard. There is a second Mount McBride named for another of that name elsewhere in BC and yet another in the Yukon.

The first ascent is uncertain but may have been Leroy Stirling Cokely in 1926.

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  • Canadian Mountain EncyclopediaMount McBride .

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