Mount Bagg

British Columbia. Mount
S of Morkill River, between Hellroaring Creek and Cushing Creek
53.6333 N 120.45 W — Map 93H/9 — GoogleGeoHack
Earliest known reference to this name is 1915
Name officially adopted in 1965
Official in BCCanada

“Mt. Bagg” appears on the “Preliminary Map of the Canadian Rocky Mountains between Jarvis Pass and Yellowhead Pass” showing the route followed by Mary Lenore Jobe Akeley [1878–1966] in August 1914 with guide Donald “Curly” Phillips [1884–1938].

The name was adopted in 1965 as labelled on BC Lands’ map 1G, 1916. Origin/significance not recorded.


  • Jobe Akeley, Mary Lenore [1878–1966]. “Mt. Kitchi: A New Peak in the Canadian Rockies.” Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, Volume 47, No. 7 (1915):481-497, Map follows p. 496. JSTOR
  • British Columbia Geographical Names. Bagg, Mount

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