The Mount Logan (5'959 m) is the highest mountain in Canada and the second highest peak, after Mount Mc Kinley, in North America. The Mount Logan is located within Kluane Nationalpark.
First ascent: 23.06.1925 by an international team (Canadian, British and American), Albert H. Mac Carthy (leader), H.F. Lambart, Allen Carpé, W.W.Foster, N. Read and Andy Taylor.
Canada 2002, Mount Logan
The stamp was issued in the sheet "International Year of Mountains / Seven Summits".
Canada 2003, Canadian Rangers.
The design elements include a close-up image of a red-capped Ranger looking through binoculars, and snow-capped peaks reflected in the lenses.
The image in the glasses shows a view from Mount Logan (from about 4'600 m) towards the east ridge of King Peak (5'173 m), which is located just west of Mt. Logan. It is the fourth highest mountain in Canada and the ninth highest peak in North America. It is considered to be a satellite peak of the Mount Logan massiv.