Tornado Mountain Alberta Canada DC Walters 2016




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Published on Sep 14, 2016

Tornado Mountain 10,167ft. Alberta Canada. Climbed 10 Sep by Drew Sommerfeldt, Mark Carrell, and Davis Yawney. Videography by David Clyde Walters.

Located on the continental divide at the headwaters of Dutch Creek, Hidden Creek and Tornado Creek; east buttress of Tornado Pass;. High Rock Range, Park, Alberta/BC border. Major headwaters Oldman & Kootenay rivers.
Latitude 49; 58; 05 Longitude 114; 39; 20, Topo map 82G/15

Panorama viewpoint: Oldman River Bridge. Can be seen from Highway 22

Named by Morrison P. Bridgland in 1915. The mountain was named by the Interprovincial Boundary surveyors because, "Tornado Mountain is a storm centre of the locality and, on the occasion of two ascents, the party had narrow escapes." Official name. Other names Gould's Dome


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