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Mount Gass Mount Gass Location in Alberta and British Columbia Elevation 2,865 m (9,400 ft) [1] Prominence 447 m (1,467 ft) Location Location Alberta British Columbia Range High Rock Range Coordinates 50°07′18″N 114°44′18″W / 50.12167°N 114.73833°W / 50.12167; -114.73833Coordinates: 50°07′18″N 114°44′18″W / 50.12167°N 114.73833°W / 50.12167; -114.73833 Topo map NTS 82J/02 Mount Gass is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia on the Continental Divide and is part of the Rocky Mountain chain. It was named in 1928 after Gass, L.H.[1][2] The mountain is 2865 m (9400 ft.) tall and has two peaks, the southernmost being the highest. In 1948, King Bearpaw, a Stoney Indian, and Bill Watt went prospecting on the mountain, specifically on the eastern peak where they had seen unusual looking rocks. They later discovered lead ore, silver, zinc, and a small amount of gold.[3] See also List of peaks on the British Columbia-Alberta border Mountains of Alberta Mountains of British Columbia References ^ a b PeakFinder ^ Mount Gass ^ "Mount Gass". PeakFinder. http://www.peakfinder.com/peakfinder.asp?PeakName=Mount+Gass. Retrieved 18 February 2010.  v · d · e  Canadian Rockies Ranges Ball · Bare · Beaverfoot · Blue · Bow · Crowsnest · Elk · Fairholme · Flathead · High Rock · Kananaskis · Lizard · Maligne · Massive · Misty · Morrissey  · Palliser · President · Queen Elizabeth · Rainbow · Ram · Sawback · Sentinel · Sir Winston Churchill · Slate · South Jasper · Sundance · Terminal · Tower of London · Vermilion · Victoria Cross · Waputik · Continental Ranges · Hart Ranges · Muskwa Ranges Mountains Alberta · Andromeda · Assiniboine · Athabasca · Brazeau · Bryce · Cascade · Castle · Clemenceau · Columbia · Edith Cavell · Forbes · Hosmer · Hungabee · Joffre · Kitchener · Lyell · Heart · Pilot · Pyramid · Robson · Rundle · Sarbach · Smythe · Snow Dome · Temple · Three Sisters · Trinity · Twin · Ulysses  · Passes Abbot · Athabasca · Bush · Carcajou · Crowsnest · Elbow · Elk · Fortress · Fraser · Highwood · Howse · Jarvis · Kananaskis · Kicking Horse · Monkman · Muncho · North Kananaskis · Palliser · Pine · Simpson · Sinclair · Summit · Sunwapta · Tonquin · Vermilion · Wapiti · White Man · Yellowhead Glaciers Athabasca · Bow · Columbia Icefield · Crowfoot · Hector · Peyto · Saskatchewan · Vulture · Wapta · Waputik Icefield Parks and protected areas World Heritage Sites Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site · Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park National Parks: Banff · Jasper · Kootenay · Yoho · Waterton Lakes · Historic Sites: Jasper House · Jasper Park Information Centre · Yellowhead Pass · Athabasca Pass · Howse Pass · Kootenae House · Kicking Horse Pass · Skoki Ski Lodge · Twin Falls Tea House · Abbot Pass Refuge Cabin · Cave and Basin · Banff Park Museum · Sulphur Mountain Cosmic Ray Station · First Oil Well in Western Canada Provincial (AB) Bow Valley · Bragg Creek · Elbow-Sheep · Ghost River · Kananaskis · Peter Lougheed · Sheep River · Spray Valley · Willmore Provincial (BC) Akamina-Kishinena · Close To The Edge · Dune Za Keyih (Frog-Gataga) · Elk Lakes · Graham-Laurier · Hamber · Height of the Rockies · Hole-in-the-Wall · Kakwa · Kikomun Creek · Kwadacha · Mount Assiniboine · Mount Fernie · Mount Robson · Muncho Lake · Northern Rocky Mountains · Pine Le Moray · Stone Mountain · Muskwa-Kechika Ski resorts Castle Mountain · Fernie · Fortress Mountain · Lake Louise · Little Mac · Marmot Basin · Mount Norquay · Nakiska · Powder King · Sunshine Village Communities Banff · Canmore · Crowsnest Pass · Elkford · Fernie · Field · Jasper · Lake Louise · Sparwood · Tumbler Ridge · Valemount · Waterton Park See also: Geography of Canada portal This Alberta location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about a location in British Columbia, Canada is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e