Mount Tod 2155 m (7070 ft), prominence: 1523 m, (Secwemptsin: Skwelkwekwelt ) commonly known as Tod Mountain, is a summit 50km northeast of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. Located northeast of the junction of Louis and McGillivray Creeks, it is part of the upland area between the Interior Plateau (W) and the Monashee Mountains (E) known as the Shuswap Highland, the mountain is the highest of three summits comprising the Sun Peaks alpine ski resort.
There's a trail called Tod Peak Trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Mount Tod is
# 5 out of 160 in the Thompson Plateau
By prominence Mount Tod is
# 1 out of 160 in the Thompson Plateau # 8 out of 1101 in the British Columbia Interior # 4 out of 382 in Thompson-Nicola Regional District # 86 out of 8219 in British Columbia
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