Berg Glacier

British Columbia. Glacier: Fraser River drainage
N side Mount Robson, S of Berg Lake
53°07’00” N 119°08’00” W — Map 83E/3 — GoogleGeoHack
Name officially adopted in 1924
Official in BCCanada
Tumbling Glacier and Berg Lake N.W. face of Mt. Robson. Photo: A.L. Mumm, 1909

Tumbling Glacier and Berg Lake N.W. face of Mt. Robson. Photo: A.L. Mumm, 1909
Canadian Alpine Journal 1910

Adopted 8 January 1924, in association with Berg Lake, into which the glacier falls.

British Columbia Geographical Names identifies “Evelyn”, “Blue,” and “Tumbling” as other early names for Berg Glacier.

References:

  • Kinney, George R. B. [1872–1961]; Kinney, George R. B. [1872–1961]; Kinney, George R. B. [1872–1961]. “To the top of Mount Robson.” Canadian Alpine Journal, Vol. 2, No. 2 (1910):21-44. Alpine Club of Canada
  • British Columbia Geographical Names. Berg Glacier

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