Mount Selkirk is a 2,930-metre (9,610-foot) mountain summit located in the Vermilion River Valley along the eastern border of Kootenay National Park. Park visitors can see the peak from Highway 93, also known as the Banff–Windermere Highway. It is part of the Mitchell Range, which is a sub-range of the Canadian Rockies of British Columbia, Canada. Its nearest higher peak is Catlin Peak, 1.6 km (0.99 mi) to the northwest.
By elevation Mount Selkirk is
# 15 out of 45 in Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park # 30 out of 65 in Kootenay National Park # 5 out of 18 in the Mitchell Range
By prominence Mount Selkirk is
# 4 out of 45 in Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park # 71 out of 677 in Regional District of East Kootenay # 8 out of 65 in Kootenay National Park # 3 out of 18 in the Mitchell Range
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