Clark Range (Canada) facts for kids
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Quick facts for kidsClark Range
Mount Blakiston in southwest Alberta
|Peak||Long Knife Peak|
|Elevation||2,982 m (9,783 ft)|
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|Countries||Canada and United States|
|Range coordinates||49°10′59″N 114°23′03″W / 49.18306°N 114.38417°W|
|Parent range||Border Ranges|
|Topo map||NTS 82G/01|
The Clark Range is a mountain range that forms part of the Continental Divide and also the boundary between the Canadian provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. A small portion of the range extends into the far northwestern section of Glacier National Park, Montana, United States. It is the easternmost of the Border Ranges subdivision of the Canadian Rockies. The range is named for Captain William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
This range includes the following mountains and peaks:
|Long Knife Peak||2,982||9,784|
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