What is the biggest mountain in Canada?



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    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.

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    Mount Logan is the highest peak in Canada, found in Yukon Territories

    Mount Logan: highest point in Canada
    Location: (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.



    Source: http://gsc.nrcan.gc.ca/hist/logan/mountlogan_e.php

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