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Have we vanquished an enemy? None but ourselves.  – George Mallory
North America’s Highest Peaks Photo Gallery

2. Canada’s 19,524-foot Mount Logan

Mount Logan, Yukon Gerry took this photo from the air during a scenic flight in July 1993.

The pilot didn’t want to get this close to Logan, but the evening air was still, and offering to pay extra, we took a surreal tour while Logan passed in review. This is Logan’s northeast side. The east peak is the high summit on the left, the main summit is obscured by cloud, and you can just see the west summit to the right of the cloud. These three summits are all over 19,000 feet. Logan’s other, lower summits trail off to the right.
Located in the Yukon, Mount Logan is Canada’s highest peak and the second highest peak in North America. Cold, remote, huge and high, Logan is one of Earth’s most amazing peaks. I climbed Logan in 1973 as part of a world tour I called Odyssey.
– Gerry Roach
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