Mount Logan

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Mount Logan is the highest peak in Canada and the second highest peak in North America. Height aside, Logan is one of the most massive mountains in the world. Its many cliff faces, well over 10,000 feet, rise to an immense ten-mile summit crest of high peaks and saddles. The summit crest spills giant heavily crevassed glaciers for miles over the surrounding valleys.

Elevation (feet): 19,550
Elevation (meters): 5,959
Continent: North America
Country: Canada
Range/Region: Saint Elias Mountains
Province: Yukon
Latitude: 60.5667
Longitude: -140.4
Difficulty: Basic Snow/Ice Climb
Best months for climbing: Apr, May, Jun
Year first climbed: 1925
First successful climber(s): A.H. MacCarthy et al
Nearest major airport: Whitehorse, Yukon
Convenient Center: Haines Junction, Yukon

Trip Reports

NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name

There are 9 trip reports for Mount Logan.

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  • Log #21259 - by george on Apr 18, 20082 Stars
    it was really fun
  • Log #19027 - by Bruce H. Balderston on Feb 14, 20064 Stars
    Three friends and I, Kurt Shuttenberg, Dave Sweet and Allan Mathews climber the Northwest Ridge of Mount Logan. We fixed rope, but moved from base camp up through seven progressive camps to an...
  • Log #4427 - by Richard Springgate on Nov 12, 20044 Stars
    On July 4, 1964 I and 3 others from Seattle plus four climbers from Boulder, Colorado completed the first ascent of Independence Ridge in the center of the N Face. We spent 26 days reaching the...
  • Log #4435 - by an anonymous user on Nov 01, 20042 Stars
    Once weather cooperated a good climb. Very satisfying.
  • Log #4448 - by Alex Esquivel on Nov 01, 20042 Stars
    I just wanted to say... that we have a group (kind of boy scouts) called 'Escuadron Logan', in the name of Mt Logan
  • Log #4449 - by Juston Parker on Nov 01, 20043 Stars
    Awesome trip up the King's Trench, advice if you really want the main summit put you summit plateau camp as close to W. Peak as you can. It's a long day! Thanks to Andy for the amazing flight in.
  • Log #4428 - by LUKE MCGILL on Oct 27, 2004
    im 17 years old any taking great intrest in climbing. if you know of any traning needed let me no.I hope to see you soon mt.logan.
  • Log #4429 - by gervitz on Oct 21, 20042 Stars
    This was the best peak i have ever seen i loved visiting it.
  • Log #4431 - by Nicole Carlson on May 31, 2004
    On May 23 2004, our beloved friend son and brother Stephen Canning died on his second day of descent from the peak of Mount Logan. He was only 22. Unfortunaley due to the elevation, and recent...