Lydia Mountain is a 2,100-metre (6,890-foot) summit located in the Tantalus Range, in Tantalus Provincial Park, in southwestern British Columbia, Canada. It is situated 14.5 km (9 mi) northwest of Squamish, and 5.46 km (3 mi) south-southeast of Mount Tantalus, which is the highest peak in the Tantalus Range. The nearest higher neighbor is The Red Tusk, 0.5 km (0 mi) to the west, and Mount Niobe lies 2.17 km (1 mi) to the east-southeast. Lake Lovely Water lies below the eastern slope of the peak and precipitation runoff from the peak drains east to the Squamish River, and west to the Clowhom River via Red Tusk Creek. Topographic relief is significant as Lydia Mountain rises 1,400 meters (4,600 feet) above Red Tusk Creek in approximately three kilometers (two miles). The mountain's name was officially adopted on June 6, 1957, by the Geographical Names Board of Canada. The mountain was named for mythic Lydia, of which Tantalus was a primordial ruler in Greek mythology. Several peaks in the Tantalus Range are named in association with Tantalus.
By elevation Lydia Mountain is
# 15 out of 72 in Sunshine Coast Regional District # 9 out of 17 in Tantalus Provincial Park # 9 out of 24 in the Tantalus Range
By prominence Lydia Mountain is
# 64 out of 72 in Sunshine Coast Regional District # 12 out of 17 in Tantalus Provincial Park # 17 out of 24 in the Tantalus Range
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