Mount Victoria (British Columbia)
|Elevation||2,088 m (6,850 ft) |
|Prominence||227 m (745 ft) |
|Location||At head of Queens Reach, Jervis Inlet, Lillooet Land District, British Columbia, Canada|
|Parent range||Pacific Ranges|
|Topo map||NTS 92J4|
Mount Victoria is a mountain located above Queens Reach of Jervis Inlet within the Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains of British Columbia Canada. The mountain was named during the 1860 survey by HMS Plumper who charted all of the known area and named the mountain after HRH Princess Beatrice Mary Victoria "baby" who was the ninth child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
The first ascent of Mount Victoria was made in 1929 by Arthur Tinniswood Dalton and Percy Williams Easthope.
- CM_C2308 Fraser River to N.E.Pt. of Texada Island including Howe Sound and Jervis Inlet 'Annotated' 1863.02.16 1865.08[clarification needed]
- Detail Map of Mount Victoria[permanent dead link] from the 1860 Survey Map of the Jervis Inlet and Mt.Victoria.
- BCGNIS Geographical Geographical Name Detail for Mount Victoria[permanent dead link]
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