Mount Jetté, also named Boundary Peak 177, is a mountain in Alaska and British Columbia, located on the Canada–United States border, and part of the Southern Icefield Ranges of the Saint Elias Mountains. It is named in 1908 for Sir Louis-Amable Jetté, (1836-1920), a member of the 1903 Canadian Boundary Tribunal, leading to the resolution of the Alaska Boundary Dispute, and Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Quebec from 1898 to 1908. The peak of Mount Jetté is not far from the westernmost point in British Columbia.
By elevation Mount Jetté is
# 21 out of 482 in Stikine Region # 11 out of 42 in Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Park # 26 out of 83 in Yakutat # 3 out of 27 in Tongass National Forest # 62 out of 109 in Wrangell–St. Elias National Park # 91 out of 191 in Kluane National Park and Reserve
By prominence Mount Jetté is
# 19 out of 42 in Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Park # 28 out of 83 in Yakutat # 10 out of 27 in Tongass National Forest # 43 out of 109 in Wrangell–St. Elias National Park # 37 out of 191 in Kluane National Park and Reserve
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