Mount Logan, part of the St. Elias Mountains in the Yukon Territory is the highest point in Canada at 5959 metres, or about 3.7 miles.
Mount Logan is the highest peak in Canada, found in Yukon Territories
Mount Logan: highest point in CanadaLocation: (140o 23′ W, 60o 34′ N)Height: 5959 m
Standing 5,959 metres high at its peak, Mount Logan is second only to Alaska’s Mount McKinley as the tallest mountain in North America. But maybe not for long; due to tectonic shifts, the mountain is on the rise. Situated inside the scenic Kluane National Park and Reserve, it’s a breathtaking sight to behold. But if you go to see it in person, bring mittens: temperatures have dipped as low as –77.5 C, the coldest recorded temperature in the world outside Antarctica.
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