For other mountains named Mount Logan see Mount Logan (disambiguation).
Mount Logan (9,087 feet (2,770 m)) is located in North Cascades National Park in the U.S. state of Washington. Mount Logan is in a remote location of North Cascades National Park that requires hiking 20 mi (32 km) from a trailhead to reach the peak. The mountain itself is not a difficult climb, though the easiest approaches require traversing glaciers and ropes are recommended. The peak supports three glaciers including Banded Glacier to the north, Fremont Glacier to the southwest and Douglas Glacier on the southeast slopes.
By elevation Mount Logan is
# 74 out of 4345 in the Cascade Range # 2 out of 137 in Skagit County # 51 out of 3673 in Washington # 4 out of 123 in North Cascades National Park
By prominence Mount Logan is
# 32 out of 137 in Skagit County # 26 out of 123 in North Cascades National Park
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