The Marble Range is a small mountain range adjoining the Fraser River on the southwestern edge of the Interior Plateau of British Columbia. It has an area of 1,250 square kilometres and about 65 km NNW to SSE and about 20 km wide. Its southern flank is the north wall of Marble Canyon and the valley occupied by the ranching and First Nations community of Pavilion.
By elevation Marble Range is
# 2 out of 7 in Marble Range Provincial Park # 4 out of 87 in the Fraser-Thompson Plateau # 86 out of 1101 in the British Columbia Interior # 99 out of 382 in Thompson-Nicola Regional District
By prominence Marble Range is
# 4 out of 7 in Marble Range Provincial Park # 21 out of 87 in the Fraser-Thompson Plateau
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