Mt. Augusta

Mt. Augusta is a border peak on the boundary between the Yukon Territories and Alaska in the St. Elias range. It is on the eastern end of an east-west ridge which starts at Mt. St. Elias. The northern aspect of Mt. Augusta can be accessed from the Seward Glacier.

The Canadian topo maps for Mt. Augusta are Corwin Cliffs 115 C/8 and 115 C/1, scale 1:50,000 or 115B & 115C Mt. St. Elias, scale 1:250,000. The US map is USGS Mt. St. Elias Alaska-Canada, scale 1:250,000

Elevation (feet): 14,072
Elevation (meters): 4,289
Continent: North America
Country: Canada/United States
Range/Region: Saint Elias Mountains
Province: Yukon
Latitude: 60.302985
Longitude: -140.455849
Difficulty: Technical Climb
Best months for climbing: May, Jun, Jul, Aug
Year first climbed: 1952
First successful climber(s): Verl Rogers, Bob Yeasting, Bill Niendorf, Victor Josendal, Richard McGowan, Gibson Reynolds, Tom Morris, Peter Schoening
Nearest major airport: Whitehorse
Convenient Center: Whitehorse

Thanks to Edwina Podemski for adding this peak.

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