What is the tallest peak in all of Canada?



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    Named for the founder of Geological Survey of Canada, Sir William Logan, Mt. Logan offers the tallest peak in Canada.  Standing at 19,850 feet, Mt. Logan is the second highest peak in North America. 

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    Mount Logan in the Yukon Territory is Canada’s tallest peak at 5,959 meters (19,541 feet) 


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