At 5,959 m, Mount Logan towers high in southwestern Yukon in the Kluane National Park Reserve, and due to tectonic movements, it’s still growing! It’s the second highest mountain in all of North America, and due to its proximity to Alaska, this peak is a great mountaineering challenge not only due to altitude but also due to the cold and difficult weather as well as the stretches of glaciated terrain. Don’t miss the chance to head up this stunning mountain with the help of an experienced guide. Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Mountain Climbing trips in Mount Logan. The mountains are calling!
Mount Logan is set at an altitude of 5,959 m.a.s.l and is still growing! This makes it the highest mountain in Canada, and the second highest in North America. It is located in Yukon, near Alaska, in the stunning and rugged Kluane National Park and Reserve, above the Seward Glacier, at the center of the greatest glacial expanse in the continent. Due to its low-temperatures and challenging climbing conditions, it is a difficult peak to tackle, with a remote and pristine wilderness, and stunning sights. Furthermore, keep in mind that technology and commodities will have to be left on hold while in Mount Logan’s stunning wild.
Mount Logan is extremely cold with a median year-round temperature of −27 °C, winter lows of −45 °C, and summer lows that occasionally go below 0°C as well.
English and aboriginal languages.
Mount Logan is very remote, so you will need to either arrange transport logistics from Yukon or Alaska with your guide, or hire an air charter in either of these places.
Late April to early July
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