Here is a list of the peaks we will summit in the expected order of our attempts. Click on each marker for more info.

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Ontario - Ishpatina Ridge
First Attempt: March 21, 2015

Summited: May 17, 2015

Height Above Sea Level: 693m

Coordinates (WGS84):
  • Lat/Lon: 47° 19' 1'' N; 80° 44' 56'' W
  • Dec/Deg: 47.316824, -80.748912
  • UTM: 17T 518976E 5240403N
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Ishpatina Ridge, Sudbury, Unorganized, North Part, ON, Canada
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Saskatchewan - Unnamed Point
Summited: Aug 13, 2015

Height Above Sea Level: 1,392m

Coordinates (WGS84):
  • Lat/Lon: 49° 33' 6'' N; 109° 59' 14'' W
  • Dec/Deg: 49.55164, -109.987333
  • UTM: 12T 573247E 5489275N
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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Manitoba - Baldy Mountain
Summited: Aug 14, 2015

Height Above Sea Level: 832m
  • Coordinates (WGS84):
  • Lat/Lon: 51° 28' 12'' N; 100° 43' 12'' W
  • Dec/Deg: 51.469918, -100.719983 UTM: 14T 380537E 5703487N
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Baldy Mountain, Division No. 20, Unorganized, South Part, Manitoba, Canada
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New Brunswick - Mount Carleton
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Summited: Oct 4, 2015

Height Above Sea Level: 817m

Coordinates (WGS84):
  • Lat/Lon: 47° 22' 41'' N; 66° 52' 34'' W
  • Dec/Deg: 47.377997, -66.876147
  • UTM: 19T 660322E 5249358N
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Mount Carleton, Northesk, NB, Canada
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Prince Edward Island - Unnamed Point
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Summited: Oct 5, 2015

Height Above Sea Level: 142m

Coordinates (WGS84):
  • Lat/Lon: 46° 19' 52'' N; 63° 25' 8'' W
  • Dec/Deg: 46.331125, -63.419002
  • UTM: 20T 467750E 5130924N
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Glen Valley, PEI, Canada
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Nova Scotia - White Hill
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Summited: Oct 7, 2015

Height Above Sea Level: 535m

Coordinates (WGS84):
  • Lat/Lon: 46° 42' 8'' N; 60° 35' 56'' W
  • Dec/Deg: 46.702156, -60.598916
  • UTM: 20T 683553E 5174867N

White Hill, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Quèbec - Mont D'Ibriville
Expected Summit: July, 2016

Height Above Sea Level: 1,651m

Mont D'Iberville, Division No. 10, Subd. E, NL, Canada
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Newfoundland and Labrador - Mt. Caubvick
Expected Summit: July, 2016

Height Above Sea Level: 1,652

Mount Caubvick, Division No. 10, Subd. E, NL, Canada
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Alberta - Mt. Columbia
Expected Summit: Oct, 2016

Height Above Sea Level: 3,747m

Mount Columbia, Improvement District No. 12, Alberta, Canada
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British Columbia - Mt. Fairweather
Expected Summit: Oct, 2016

Height Above Sea Level: 4,663m

Fairweather Hills, Thompson-Nicola N, BC, Canada
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Northwest Territories - Unnamed Peak (aka Mt. Nirvana)
Expected Summit: Oct, 2016
Height Above Sea Level: 2,773m

Mount Nirvana, Fort Smith, Unorganized, NT, Canada
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Nunavut - Barbeau Peak
Expected Summit: June, 2017
Height Above Sea Level: 2,616m

Barbeau Peak, Baffin, Unorganized, NU, Canada
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Yukon - Mt. Logan
Expected Summit: Mar, 2018
Height Above Sea Level: 5,956m

Mount Logan, Yukon, Unorganized, YT, Canada
  • I’ll be hiking the remote moose trails in the highlands of Cape Breton this October as well, maybe I’ll see you there. A few years ago I hiked in from the East side (The Jack Bennett route), but was denied the peak by the tail end of a hurricane that had made it’s way up the coast. The second half of the route was mostly flooded. I then hiked in from the southwest along the shores of lake Cheticamp. Both routes are extremely remote, but make fascinating hikes. Be prepared for many moose encounters.

    • The Peakbaggers

      Thanks so much for the tip PEAKBAGR! We’re sorry you were denied by that hurricane and happy you’re OK. Did you make it up eventually?