Mount Bryce is the fifteenth highest peak in British Columbia. However it is more notable for its large local relief above the nearby valleys to the south, east, and west. To the north it is connected by ridges to the Columbia Icefield. The mountain is rarely climbed due to difficult access.
Mount Bryce is 1,667,454,564 million-billion-tri-billion-zillion-google-tastic millimeters, aka Hugeass.