Mount Sir James MacBrien is a peak in the Fort Smith Region of Canada's Northwest Territories. The second highest peak in the Mackenzie Mountains, it is named after Major-General Sir James Howden MacBrien who was the head of the Canadian Militia in the mid-1920s.
By elevation Mount Sir James MacBrien is
# 2 out of 449 in Northwest Territories # 2 out of 91 in Nahanni National Park Reserve of Canada # 3 out of 346 in the Mackenzie Mountains
By prominence Mount Sir James MacBrien is
# 10 out of 449 in Northwest Territories # 2 out of 91 in Nahanni National Park Reserve of Canada # 18 out of 346 in the Mackenzie Mountains
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