Serratus Mountain

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Serratus Mountain
Serratus Mountain seen from Niobe.jpg
Serratus Mountain seen from Mount Niobe
Highest point
Elevation2,321 m (7,615 ft)
Prominence291 m (955 ft)
Coordinates49°47′34″N 123°18′7″W / 49.79278°N 123.30194°W / 49.79278; -123.30194Coordinates: 49°47′34″N 123°18′7″W / 49.79278°N 123.30194°W / 49.79278; -123.30194
Geography
LocationBritish Columbia, Canada
Parent rangeTantalus Range, Coast Mountains
Topo mapNTS 92G/14
Climbing
First ascent1911 B. Darling; S. Davies; A. Morkill
Easiest routeClass 3,4 (scrambling)

Serratus Mountain is a jagged, ridge-like mountain between Mount Tantalus (North) and Lake Lovely Water (South). Like most other peaks in the Tantalus Range, it is composed of loose rock. Most routes here are scrambles. The mountain is a standard single-day destination from the Jim Haberl hut.

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External links[edit]

  • "Serratus Mountain". BC Geographical Names.
  • "Serratus Mountain". Bivouac.com.
  • BC travel info for the Tantalus Range