Mount Logan: Canadian Titan

Dänche, welcome to the home of Canada's Titan!

Come explore Mount Logan, the tallest mountain in Canada and the second tallest in North America. The Logan massif is believed to have the largest circumference of any mountain on Earth with eleven peaks protruding from the colossal hunk of rock and ice – each over 5000m above sea level. Sitting amid the high peaks of the St. Elias Mountain Range, the mountain towers over the largest non-polar ice field in the world.

Located west of Whitehorse, the capital city of Yukon, this mountain sits in a sparsely populated corner of northwestern Canada within the boundaries of the Kluane National Park and Reserve and within the traditional territory of the "Lu’an Mun Ku Dan" (Kluane First Nation). Surrounded by hundreds of kilometers of glacier ice, few people are able to view its splendor. This virtual exhibit will give you an appreciation of the science and stories of this Canadian Titan.


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