PURCELL MOUNTAINS

RANGES & ACCESS, ROADS

NORTH PURCELLS
Dogtooth Group
N Dogtooth Group Peaks head of Lang & Gorman Cks
Dogtooth Ridge
Dawn Mt & UN 2700
Moonraker Pk & UN 2760
Copperstain Mt & Surrounding Pks
North Fork Survey Station
Spillimacheen FSR – McMurdo Creek
Spillimacheen Group
Spillimacheen Group Peaks
Bobbie Burns FSR
Carbonate Peaks
Cairn, UNs & Carbonate Mts 
Malachite & Horseman Spires, UN 2560 & Richards Peak 
International, Battlement, Sandilands & Strutt Pks
Mining History of International & Bobbie Burns Basins
Duncan River FSR
Mt Sibbald & Alicia Overlook
Vermont Group 
Vermont Group Peaks
Warren Group
Hatteras Group
1994 Climbing Camp @ Hatteras Group
Snowman Pk
Krinkletop Pk & UN2670
Mt Hatteras
Squab Pk
Sugarplum Spire
Up the Duncan – Sugarplum Spire & Mazinaw Mt
UN2610 & UN(Flattop)
Pirouette Pinnacles
Arabesque Pinnacles
Crystalline Group
Deluge Mt
Crystalline Mt
Cuestoform Pk & The Steeples
Tetragon Pk & UN Head Hume Ck

SOUTH PURCELLS – Access from east – Rocky Mountain Trench
Bugaboo Creek FSR
Bugaboo Provincial Park
Conrad Kain Hut Trail 
Cobalt Lake Trail
Cobalt Lake – Conrad Kain Loop Route/Trail
Between Bugaboo & Horsethief Creek
Frances Creek FSR to Lead Queen Mine
Ethelbert Group (Septets, Ethelbert, Horeb)
Forster Creek FSR
Taurus Group (Quintets, Virgin, Taurus)
Starbird Ridge (Gwendolin, Scotch Peaks, Welsh Peaks, Irish Peaks)
Welsh Lakes Trail
Thunderwater Lake Trail
The Main Uplift
Hamish Mutch Climbs all 11,000ers
Horsethief Creek FSR
Stockdale Group (Stockdale, Tricorn, Dorothy, Camp, Eyebrow, Birthday)
Farnham Group (Farnham Tower, Farnham, Hammond, Peter, Delphine, Spearhead, Redline, Catherine, Sultana, Nelson, Trafalgar, Black Diamond, Monument)
HM Farnham Tower
K Redline Pk
K Mt Nelson
Lake of the Hanging Glacier Trail
Commander Group (Granite, Maye, Commander, Guardsmen, Jumbo, Karnak, Lieutenants)
B Commander, Karnak, Jumbo
Toby Creek FSR
Jumbo Pass Trail 
Toby Group (Stark, Hyak, Christine, Toby, Hamill, Lady Grey)
Findlay Creek FSR (Whitetail Lake, Dutch Creek, east Purcell Wilderness Conservancy)
East PWC – Findlay Group (Findlay, Lees, Clutterbuck, Granite & Morigeau Cks)

SOUTH PURCELLS – Access West
Howser Creek FSR
Western Pucells & Four Squatters
J Four Squatters
Glacier Creek FSR
Eyebrow & Birthday Pks
K Mt Gansner
◊ MacBeth Group
MacBeth Icefield Trail
Traverse MacBeth Icefield
HM Mts Banquo, Fleance & MacDuff
K Mt Simpson
Monica Meadows Trail
K,HM Mt Monica
Egyptian Peaks (Isis, Storus, Amen-Ra, Atmu, Osiris)
K Mts Storus & Isis
K Mts Amen-Ra & Mt Atmu
K Mt Horus 
Glacier Dome
Jumbo Pass Trail & Mt Anubis
K Bastille Mt & Peaks South of Jumbo Pass
Blockhead Mt
Truce Group (Earl Grey, Redtop, Blockhead, Cauldron, Truce, Horseshoe, Ocher)
K Redtop Mt
K Ocher Peak
Peaks Between Glacier & Hamill Cks
K Emperor Pk & Archduke Mt
Earl Grey Pass Trail
Kootenay Joe Ridge & Fry Creek Canyon

Pioneer Peaks (Winter, Beguin)
K Mt Willet
K Mt Tyrrell
Lake Bonney Gem & Mt McLeod
Leaning Towers Group (Wall, Block, Hall, Tyrell, Loki)
Campbell Creek FSR
Clute Lake Trail
Leviathan Lake Trail
K Peaks North of Campbell Creek
Powder Creek FSR
K Mt Kaslo, Powderkeg, Devil’s Horn – N of Powder Creek
Bernard Creek FSR
T Mt Loki
K Mt Hodr
K Mt Baldr
Powder Creek FSR
T Sardine Mt
T Bluebell Mt
Waterline Trail
Crawford Creek FSR
Plaid Lake Trail
Plaid Lake History
K UN 7650 – A Plaid Lake Peak
Mt Crawford
Old Tom Mt
Pilot Peninsula & Tipi Camp
Grey Creek FSR
Mt Hooker
K Sphinx
Unamed Grey Ck Pass
K Burdett Pk
Snowcrest Mt
St Mary River FSR / Dewar Creek FSR
St Mary Alpine PP – A Traverse (Mt St Mary, Mt Nowitka, Bleak Lake, Mortar Lake)
Peaks Around Mt St Mary’s Alpine PP 
K Mt Manson
K Mt Patrick
Lockhart Creek PP and Trail
Akokli Creek FSR
T Mt Davie
Baker Lake Trail & Mt Akokli 
Sanca Creek FSR
SM,K Sherman Lake & Mt Sherman
K UN 2492
K Mt Skelly
K Mt Craig
Haystack Pk & Mt Goodwin
Goat River FSR
K Mt Armitage
Meachen Ck FSR Trails
K Mt Evans
K White Grouse Mt
Perry R FSR
K Nogalski Pk

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I would like to think of myself as a full time traveler. I have been retired since 2006 and in that time have traveled every winter for four to seven months. The months that I am “home”, are often also spent on the road, hiking or kayaking.
I hope to present a website that describes my travel along with my hiking and sea kayaking experiences.

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