Elevation (feet): 7,201
Elevation (meters): 2,195
Continent: North America
Country: Canada
Range/Region: British Columbia Coast Ranges
Province: British Columbia
Difficulty: Scramble
Best months for climbing: Jul, Aug, Sep
Year first climbed: 1912
First successful climber(s): Alpine Club of Canada
Nearest major airport: Vancouver
Convenient Center: Campbell River

Thanks to Lindsay Elms for adding this peak.

Originally called the Strathcona Matterhorn because of its Matterhorn resemblance, this mountain has 4 or 5 known routes ranging from a relatively moderate scramble to 5.11 rock. Is usually climbed as a two day trip but the summit has been reached from the trailhead in 4 hours. Elkhorn is the second highest mountain on Vancouver Island and is 5 metres lower than the Golden Hinde.

Thanks to Lindsay Elms for this description.