Pink Mountain's

Rare and Endangered Species

Pink Mountain Maps

Pink Mountain is located approximately 170km northwest of Fort St John in Northern British Columbia. 

 

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The isolation of Pink Mountain is suspected of playing a significant role in the evolution of the extreme biodiversity that is found there. Exactly what that role is remains to be determined by future research.

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The first map below shows the whole Pink Mountain massif, in relation to it's surroundings. The second map shows detail of the summit plateau where the majority of the rare species have been discovered and logged. Click on either of the maps to show a more detailed map image.

To take a virtual tour of the mountain in Google Earth scroll down to the interacive map at the bottom of the page. This allows exploration in 3D and viewing of all the plant locations logged to date.

 

Pink Mountain Overview Map

Click on the image to open a more detailed map image. Click here to download the pdf version.

Pink Mountain Overview-reduced

Map designed by Canadian Map Makers

Pink Mountain Summit Map

Click on the image to open a more detailed map image. Click here to download the pdf version. Red dots denote locations of rare alpine species.

Pink Mountain Detailed-reduced

 Map designed by Canadian Map Makers

Click here to download kml file for viewing in your own desktop Google Earth installation. (use "Save Link As")