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Photo: Mount Gray at Wolverine Pass(courtesy David Wasserman)

Mount Gray

  • 3000 m (9,843ft)
  • Naming History
51.1278N -116.262W
Located at the head of Dainard Creek and the head of Tumbling Creek; south buttress of Wolverine Pass

Range: Vermilion (BC)
Province: BC
Park: Kootenay
Headwater: Kootenay
Major Valley: Kootenay
Year Named: 1951
Named for: Gray, William J. (Billy) (A UBC student and founding member of the BC Mountaineering Club, Billy Gray and Charles Drysdale, a co-worker, drowned in the Kootenay River during a geological survey.

Mount Drysdale and Mount Gray stand on opposite sides of Wolverine Pass.

Photo: Looking northeast up Dainard Creek to Mount Gray

Looking southwest to Mount Gray from Wolverine Pass (courtesy Sonny Bou)