Redtop Mountain is a 3,156-metre (10,354-foot) mountain summit located in the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia, Canada. It is situated 44 km (27 mi) southwest of Invermere, and 49 km (30 mi) north-northeast of Kaslo, on the northern boundary of Purcell Wilderness Conservancy Provincial Park and Protected Area. Nearby peaks include Truce Mountain, 10 km (6.2 mi) to the west, Mount Earl Grey, 1.5 km (0.93 mi) to the northeast, and Jumbo Mountain, 10 km (6.2 mi) to the north. The first ascent of Redtop Mountain was made August 11, 1916, by Albert H. MacCarthy, Elizabeth MacCarthy, and Conrad Kain. Albert MacCarthy would go on to lead the 1925 first ascent of Mount Logan, Canada's highest mountain. The mountain's name was officially adopted June 9, 1960, when approved by the Geographical Names Board of Canada.
By elevation Redtop Mountain is
# 11 out of 559 in Regional District of Central Kootenay # 64 out of 677 in Regional District of East Kootenay # 5 out of 70 in Purcell Wilderness Conservancy Provincial Park # 74 out of 2288 in the Columbia Mountains # 34 out of 418 in the Purcell Mountains
By prominence Redtop Mountain is
# 55 out of 559 in Regional District of Central Kootenay # 83 out of 677 in Regional District of East Kootenay # 9 out of 70 in Purcell Wilderness Conservancy Provincial Park # 33 out of 418 in the Purcell Mountains
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