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| name = Mount Baden-Powell
 
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| first_ascent = 1933 by Weldon Heald.
 
| first_ascent = 1933 by Weldon Heald.
 
| easiest_route = Hike
 
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'''Mount Baden-Powell''' is a peak in the San Gabriel Mountains of California named for the founder of the World [[Scouting|Scouting Movement]], [[Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell|Lord Baden-Powell]]. It was officially recognized by the USGS at a dedication ceremony in 1931.<ref name="dedication">
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'''Mount Baden-Powell''' er en bjergtinde i San Gabriel Mountains i Californien. Den blev opkaldt efter [[spejderbevægelsen]]s stifter, lord [[Robert Baden-Powell]], ved en officiel ceremoni i 1931, hvor B-P's ven siden boerkrigene, Frederick Russell Burnham|Burnham, holdt talen.
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Bjergtinden var indtil da kendt som ''North Baldy'' eller ''East Twin'', og en vestligere tinde på samme bjergkam er kaldt [[Mount Burnham]] efter Burnham.
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   | url = http://angeles.sierraclub.org/hps/signatures/14i.htm
 
   | url = http://angeles.sierraclub.org/hps/signatures/14i.htm
 
   | title = Summit Signatures, Mount Baden-Powell
 
   | title = Summit Signatures, Mount Baden-Powell
   | publisher = Hundred Peaks Section, Angeles Chapter, Sierra Club }}</ref>
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At {{convert|9407|ft|m|0}} in elevation, Mount Baden-Powell is the 4th highest peak of the San Gabriel Range, [[Mount San Antonio]] or "Old Baldy" being the highest at {{convert|10064|ft|m|0}}. The summit has long been a favorite hiking excursion either from the Mount Islip Saddle near Little Jimmy Trail Camp, or the Vincent Gap Trail which leads up a moderate to strenuous set of switchbacks from Wrightwood. Mount Baden-Powell is also the high point along the The [[Silver Moccasin Trail]], a historic {{convert|53|mi|km|0|adj=on}} Boy Scout hiking trail, connects this summit to [[Mount Burnham]] (less than 1,5 km away), [[Throop Peak]] and Mount Hawkins.
 
At {{convert|9407|ft|m|0}} in elevation, Mount Baden-Powell is the 4th highest peak of the San Gabriel Range, [[Mount San Antonio]] or "Old Baldy" being the highest at {{convert|10064|ft|m|0}}. The summit has long been a favorite hiking excursion either from the Mount Islip Saddle near Little Jimmy Trail Camp, or the Vincent Gap Trail which leads up a moderate to strenuous set of switchbacks from Wrightwood. Mount Baden-Powell is also the high point along the The [[Silver Moccasin Trail]], a historic {{convert|53|mi|km|0|adj=on}} Boy Scout hiking trail, connects this summit to [[Mount Burnham]] (less than 1,5 km away), [[Throop Peak]] and Mount Hawkins.

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