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Logan, Mount,

19,551 ft (5,959 m) high, in Kluane National Park, extreme SW Yukon, Canada, just E of Alaska; highest mountain in Canada and second highest in North America. One of the St. Elias Mts., it caps an immense tableland and is the center of the greatest glacial expanse in North America. Named for Sir William LoganLogan, Sir William Edmond,
1798–1875, Canadian geologist. Educated in England, he managed (1831–38) coal mines and a copper smelter in Wales. In addition to making studies of clays underlying coal seams, he made extensive geological maps and sections.
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, the Canadian geologist, it was first climbed in 1925.
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McKinley would still be more than 680 feet taller than the continent's second-highest peak, Canada's Mount Logan.
Kluane, in the southwestern corner of the territory, is a United Nations World Heritage Site and the site of Canada's highest peak, Mount Logan. At nearly 20,000 feet, Logan towers above glaciers and the world's largest nonpolar ice fields.
He was the first to climb Canada's highest peak, Mount Logan, and four years later ascended Mount McKinley in Alaska, North America's tallest peak.
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