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Mount Ney

  • 3060 m (10,040ft)
  • Naming History
50.5250N -115.183W
Located in the Petain/Castelnau/Elk Glacier area above Petain Creek and Nivelle Creek

Province: BC
Headwater: Kootenay
Year Named: 1964
Named by: Roger Neave
Named for: Ney, Marshall Michel (Marshall Ney was one of Napolean's subordinates. The absence of Marshall Ney's forces at a critical point in the Battle of Waterloo is said to have led to Napolean's defeat. Ney was later executed for treason.)