Mount Slaggard

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Mount Slaggard
Highest point
Elevation 4,742 m (15,558 ft)
Prominence 522 m (1,713 ft)
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Coordinates 61°10′22″N140°35′04″W / 61.17278°N 140.58444°W / 61.17278; -140.58444 Coordinates: 61°10′22″N140°35′04″W / 61.17278°N 140.58444°W / 61.17278; -140.58444
Geography
Location Yukon, Canada
Parent range Saint Elias Mountains
Topo map NTS 115F/02
Climbing
First ascent 1959
Easiest route glacier/snow/ice climb

Mount Slaggard is the tenth highest peak in Canada and is located in Kluane National Park and Reserve.

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