Mount Lucania

Lucania, Mount, elevation 5226 m, the third-highest mountain in Canada, is located 29 km east of the Alaska border and 50 km north of Mt LOGAN in the Yukon's St Elias Range. It was named by the duke of Abruzzi, who viewed it from Mount St Elias in 1897.

Lucania, Mount, elevation 5226 m, the third-highest mountain in Canada, is located 29 km east of the Alaska border and 50 km north of Mt Logan in the Yukon's St Elias Range. It was named by the duke of Abruzzi, who viewed it from Mount St Elias in 1897. Mount Lucania is joined to its neighbour to the northeast, Mount Steele, by a high saddle. Bradford Washburn and Bob Bates were flown to Walsh Glacier and made the first ascent 9 July 1937, then proceeded over Mt Steele - that mountain's second ascent.