Mount Logan is a remote and spectacularly situated summit in North Cascades National Park that calls for commitment and energy to reach but with few technical difficulties on the climb. At more than 9,000 feet, Mount Logan is one of the highest non-volcanic peaks in the Cascades.
Lying north of Park Creek Pass above Thunder, Bridge, and Fischer Creeks, the mountain is strategically located to afford a vantage point unmatched in the range: a 360-degree panorama from its summit includes Mount Buckner, Sahale Peak, Boston Peak, Forbidden Peak, Eldorado Peak, Klawatti Peak, Austera Peak, Mount Baker, Primus Peak, Tricouni Peak, Mount Triumph, Mount Shuksan, Snowfield Peak, the Southern Pickets, Mount Spickard, Golden Horn, Silver Star Mountain, Mount Goode, Seven Fingered Jack, Bonanza Peak, Gunsight Peaks, Sinister Peak, Dome Peak, Elephant Head, Glacier Peak, Sloan Peak, and others, plus Lake Diablo and the vast expanse of the Boston Glacier.
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