Mount Odin

Mount Odin is a 2147 meter high mountain in the Qikiqtaaluk Region of the Canadian territory of Nunavut. He is the highest mountain on Baffin Island and in the Baffin Mountains as well as the fifth highest mountain in the Arctic Cordillera. The mountain lies 46 km north of Pangnirtung and south of Mount Asgard. It is named after Odin, the chief god of Norse mythology and Norse religion. The south side of Mount Odin consists of a steep rock wall, while the northern side is glaciated.