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Ogidaki Mountain, a high hill in the Algoma Highlands north of Sault Ste. Marie, was once thought to be the highest point in Ontario. With the release of the 1:50,000 series topographical maps in 1970, the Ishpatina Ridge took top honour as the highest peak. Ogidaki now sits at #7, and depending on who you ask is 2182 feet high. Today, although a series of active and overgrown logging roads lead to the summit, it is seldom visited. A fire tower once stood at the summit.
Unnamed Road, Algoma, Unorganized, North Part, ON P0S, Canada