The steep, glaciated northwest side of remote 3070 metre Mount Chapman rising out of the deep valley of Louis Lee Creek in the far northern Selkirks. This rarely-climbed mountain was first visited by Alex Faberge and Robert Schluter in August 1953. They climbed the hidden southwest flanks and southwest ridge (mid-right skyline) by crossing over the low pass on the unclimbed northeast (left skyline) ridge from the glacier visible below it.
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