Highest Peak: Mount Logan - (5951m / 19524ft)
First Ascent 1925 - MacCarthy and Lambert
Situated in the southwestern Yukon in the St. Elias Mountains, it is the highest mountain in Canada and the second highest in North America (after Mount McKinley). Reaching an altitude of 5,951 m (19,524 ft), Mount Logan was first ascended in 1925 by A. H. MacCarthy and Lambert.

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