Mount Outram is a prominent 2,461-metre (8,074-foot) mountain summit located in the Canadian Cascades of southwestern British Columbia, Canada. It is the fourth-highest summit in the Hozameen Range, and highest point of the Manson Ridge subrange. It is situated 23 km (14 mi) southeast of Hope, and 14.5 km (9 mi) north-northeast of Silvertip Mountain, its nearest higher peak. Precipitation runoff from the peak drains into tributaries of the Skagit River. The mountain was known as Beaver Mountain as early as 1930 before being named for Sir James Outram, 1st Baronet, and being officially adopted October 6, 1936, by the Geographical Names Board of Canada. The first ascent of the mountain was made August 12, 1924, by Fred Perry, Herbert Selwood, Leslie Ford, and T.L. Thacker.
There's a hiking trail (T2) called Mount Outram Trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Mount Outram is
# 28 out of 370 in Fraser Valley Regional District # 3 out of 95 in the Hozameen Range
By prominence Mount Outram is
# 23 out of 4345 in the Cascade Range # 9 out of 370 in Fraser Valley Regional District # 2 out of 95 in the Hozameen Range
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