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Mount Waddington

Mount Waddington is the highest peak in the Coast Mountains range, at 4,016 metres or 13,176 feet.

To reach Mount Waddington, a long approach originating from Vancouver, British Columbia, or one the the northern communities of Vancouver Island must be undertaken, with the bulk of the journey comprising of a long boat ride through the Straight of Georgia[?] and the Knight Inlet[?].

Mount Waddington is a popular destination among mountain climbers, with it often being compared to Mont Blanc's structure.



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