Mount Davidson is a 2,516-metre (8,255-foot) mountain summit located in the Garibaldi Ranges of the Coast Mountains, in Garibaldi Provincial Park of southwestern British Columbia, Canada. Visible from the Whistler Blackcomb ski area, it is situated 18 km (11 mi) south of Whistler, and its nearest higher peak is Castle Towers Mountain, 3 km (2 mi) to the west. The Cheakamus Glacier lies between these two summits, and precipitation runoff from the peak and meltwater from the glacier drains into tributaries of the Cheakamus River. The first ascent of the mountain was made in 1929 by Neal M. Carter and Emmy Milledge. The mountain is named after Professor John Davidson (1878 – 1970), who contributed a large amount of botanical knowledge about Garibaldi Park. The mountain's name was officially adopted on September 2, 1930, by the Geographical Names Board of Canada.
By elevation Mount Davidson is
# 7 out of 42 in the Garibaldi Neve # 33 out of 134 in Garibaldi Provincial Park
By prominence Mount Davidson is
# 9 out of 42 in the Garibaldi Neve # 34 out of 134 in Garibaldi Provincial Park
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