Mount Pauline is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia. It is the 26th most prominence in Alberta. It was named in 1925 after F.A. Pauline. The three slopes are covered in mostly metamorphic shale or slate, due to this it is unknown how difficult it would be to climb to the peak.
By elevation Mount Pauline is
# 1 out of 31 in the Morkill Ranges # 18 out of 76 in Willmore Wilderness Park
By prominence Mount Pauline is
# 1 out of 31 in the Morkill Ranges # 51 out of 2255 in the Canadian Rockies # 24 out of 394 in Regional District of Fraser-Fort George # 26 out of 1917 in Alberta # 1 out of 76 in Willmore Wilderness Park
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