Mount Silverthrone

Mountain of the Pacific Ranges of Coast Mountains in British Columbia, Canada

Mount Silverthrone is a 20 km wide, deeply dissected caldera complex in southwestern British Columbia, Canada. Most of its eruptions occurred during the last ice age. The products have since been heavily eroded. It is the highest peak in the Ha-Iltzuk Icefield, the largest icefield in the Coast Mountains south of the Alaska Panhandle.

Mount Silverthrone
Mount Silverthrone.jpg
Northeast face of Mount Silverthrone
Highest point
Elevation2,864 m (9,396 ft) [1]
Prominence975 m (3,199 ft)
ListingList of volcanoes in Canada
List of Cascade volcanoes
Coordinates51°31′41.9″N 126°06′47.9″W / 51.528306°N 126.113306°W / 51.528306; -126.113306
LocationBritish Columbia, Canada
Parent rangePacific Ranges
Topo mapNTS 92M/09
Mountain typeLava dome
Volcanic arc/beltCanadian Cascade Arc
Pemberton/Garibaldi Belt
First ascent1936 Don Munday, Phyllis Munday, H. Hall, Hans Fuhrer


  1. "Silverthrone Mountain, British Columbia". Retrieved 2013-08-08.