Pommel Mountain

British Columbia. Mountain: Fraser River drainage
Between Kitchi Creek and McGregor River, SW of Mount Sir Alexander
53°55’0″ N 120°27’2″ W — Map 093H16 — GoogleGeoHack
Name officially adopted in 1965
Official in BCCanada

Adopted in 1965 on 93H/16, as labelled on 1929 survey plan 10T264, McGregor River area, by Allen John Campbell [1882–], British Columbia Land Surveyor, and as identified in the 1953 BC Gazetteer. Presumably named by Campbell.

A pommel is the knob-like protuberance at the front of a saddle, and this feature is located at the end (and is the highest summit) of an undulating ridgeline extending southwesterly from Mount Sir Alexander.

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