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Summit Pass

Summit Pass
Elevation 1,305 m (4,281 ft)
Traversed by Alaska Highway
Location British Columbia, Canada
Range Canadian Rockies

Summit Pass (el. 1,305 m or 4,281 ft) is a high mountain pass in the Northern Canadian Rockies in the province of British Columbia. It is one of two passes the Alaska Highway utilizes to cut westwards across ranges of the Rocky Mountain System; further north is the lower Muncho Pass.

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  • "Summit Pass". BC Geographical Names.

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