Mallard Peak

Alberta-BC boundary. Peak
At head of Baker Creek (Canoe)
52.4583 N 118.2275 W — Map 083D08 — GoogleGeoHack
Name officially adopted in 1928
Official in BCCanada
This peak appears on:
Boundary Commission Sheet 27 (surveyed in 1920 & 1921) [As “Mallard Mtn.”]
Boundary Commission Sheet 27 B (surveyed in1921) [as “Mallard Mtn.”]

This mountain peak given its descriptive name in 1921 by Arthur Oliver Wheeler [1860–1945] of the Alberta-British Columbia Boundary Commission. The shape of the rock resembles a mallard duck.


  • Karamitsanis, Aphrodite [1961–]. Place names of Alberta. Volume 1: Mountains, Mountain Parks and Foothills. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1991. Internet Archive

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