is the eighth highest mountain
and is located in Kluane National Park and Reserve
on the Canada-US border. Mt. Vancouver has three summits: north, middle and south with middle being the lowest. The south summit borders Canada and the United States and is known as Good Neighbor Peak
. While conventional wisdom indicates that the north summit is the highest, discrepancies in topographic maps
of the area muddle the question. Older Canadian maps indicate that north is the highest but newer US maps based on GPS
, show the south summit higher. However, the US maps do not show the north summit.
The mountain was named by W. H. Dall in 1874 after George Vancouver, who explored the southeast coast of Alaska from 1792 to 1794.