The Alpine Club of Canada formed an expedition in 1925 to climb Canada’s highest peak, Mount Logan. North America’s second highest summit, was as yet unconquered. Led by the stalwart expedition leader Albert MacCarthy, a team of 9 international climbers made the epic journey from the Alaskan border, through Canada’s largest glaciers to the sub-arctic giant. They successfully reached Canada’s highest point on June 23, 1925 many of them suffering from frostbite.
The 100th Anniversary
On the 100th anniversary of this extraordinary climb, we will commemorate their accomplishment by re-creating their expedition in the same way it was done in 1925 – hopefully avoiding the frostbite! Our documentary film of the project will showcase to the world one of Canada’s most historic wilderness ventures.
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