Eyebrow Peak is a prominent 3,362-metre (11,030-foot) glaciated mountain summit located in the Purcell Mountains in southeast British Columbia, Canada. It is the ninth-highest peak in the Purcells. It is situated 28 km (17 mi) south of The Bugaboos, 44 km (27 mi) west of Invermere, 6 km (3.7 mi) north of Mount Monica, and 18 km (11 mi) east of Duncan Lake. Its nearest higher peak is Commander Mountain, 11.4 km (7.1 mi) to the southeast. The first ascent of the mountain was made in 1914 by Edward Warren Harnden, D. Brown, L. Nettleton, and E. Parson via the west slopes. The name Eyebrow Peak came about by Arthur Oliver Wheeler in 1910 when viewing two broad rock scars near the summit, and their arrangement in connection with the surrounding snow created the appearance of enormous eyebrows. However, using the same sightings as Wheeler, Professor Peter Robinson showed that Wheeler actually saw Mount Farnham. Poor weather conditions led to Wheeler's error, and the Eyebrow moniker was then moved to its present location. The mountain's name was officially adopted June 9, 1960, by the Geographical Names Board of Canada.
By elevation Eyebrow Peak is
# 16 out of 677 in Regional District of East Kootenay # 55 out of 8219 in British Columbia # 13 out of 2288 in the Columbia Mountains # 9 out of 418 in the Purcell Mountains
By prominence Eyebrow Peak is
# 30 out of 677 in Regional District of East Kootenay # 97 out of 2288 in the Columbia Mountains # 16 out of 418 in the Purcell Mountains
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