Mount Howard Douglas

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Mount Howard Douglas is a mountain in Canada . It is located in the province of Alberta , in the central part of the country, 3000 km west of the capital, Ottawa . It was named after a Southern Alberta pioneer, Howard Douglas.  The top of Mount Howard Douglas is 2847 meters above sea level,  or 609 meters above the surrounding terrain. The width at the base is 8.3 kilometers.

The terrain around Mount Howard Douglas's mountainous east, but the west is the hilly. The highest point in the vicinity are Nasswald Peak , 3042 meters above sea level, 11.1 km southeast of Mount Howard Douglas. The area around Mount Howard Douglas is almost uninhabited, with less than two inhabitants per square kilometer.

In the surroundings of Mount Howard Douglas grows mainly coniferous forest . The neighborhood is part of the hemiboreal climate zone. The average annual temperature in the area is -4 ° C . The warmest month is July when the average temperature is 12 ° C and the coldest is December, with -15 ° C.


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