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Vermilion Range (Alberta)

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Vermilion Range (Alberta)

Vermilion Range
Vermilion Range (Alberta) is located in Alberta
Highest point
Peak Flints Peak
Elevation 2,950 m (9,680 ft)
Coordinates
Dimensions
Area 142 km2 (55 sq mi)
Geography
Country Canada
Province Alberta
Range coordinates [1]
Parent range Canadian Rockies
Borders on Sawback Range, Bare Range and Palliser Range

The Vermilion Range is a mountain range of the Canadian Rockies, in Banff National Park, Canada. The range is east of the Sawback Range and west of the Bare and Palliser Ranges.

This range includes the following mountains and peaks:

Mountain/Peak metres feet
Flints Peak 2,950 9,682
Mount Brewster 2,859 9,380
Prow Mountain 2,858 9,377
Mount Norquay 2,522 8,275

References

  1. ^ "Vermilion Range".  
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