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Climbing Canada's Highest Peak - Mount Logan, Yukon


In 2013, working through pulmonary edema, falls in crevasses, and extreme cold, six men struggled to the top of Mount Logan, the highest mountain in Canada at 5,959 meters (19,551 feet). There, they planted a mountaineering axe scribed with the names of all of the Canadian soldiers killed in Afghanistan. (7:07)

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