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May 22, 2017 
Rebecca on Grizzly Ridge

beautiful view if you go up to the top it is worth the extra effort. We went May 26th 2017 patches of snow remain as you come up to the view point it is still hikable but keep an eye on the trail Read More

May 22, 2017 
Susannah on Bock's Lake

Trail is mostly snow free all the way to the lake. Around the lake itself there is a lot of snow so we camped before the lake to the west where it was snow free and we had a beautiful view of kluane lake. The day hike to the west is clear of snow. The one to the south is still completely snow co... Read More

May 22, 2017 
Carlos on Red Ridge

Went yesterday but ended up just walking the road a couple of kms beyond the mining camp. We parked at Annie Lk Rd and regretted not taking our bikes as it would have been a better ride than a long walk. Beyond the swamp at the Annie Lk Rd, watch for the yellow trapping sign and walk up the road to ... Read More

May 20, 2017 
Taibhsearachd on Sam McGee Trail

We hiked the trail earlier today. We didn't make it to the very top because there is still a fair amount of snow up high and we had not thought to bring snowshoes. This gives us an excuse to return later in the summer. It is a lovely hike and we loved seeing all the old artifacts. No sign of bears o... Read More

May 19, 2017 
Esther on Monarch Mountain

Hiked this today. Some big, soft patches of snow at the top. The smaller ones I post holed through, bigger ones bush whacked around. I imagine they will be gone soon. Fun little hike with beautiful views! 2:45 round trip including some time at the summit. Read More

May 17, 2017 
Mabel on Thunderegg Creek

We did this hike on May 13th. The weather wasn't great starting out but it cleared up a lot as we progressed. The creek crossing was slightly challenging but doable. Just a heads up, we found the fork in the road confusing (mainly because we were trying to remember the map and we didn't have a compa... Read More



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Mount Hinton


Distance: 10 km
Elevation Gain: 824 m (2703 ft)
Time: 3 hours
Difficulty: Moderate

The views from Mount Hinton are some of the best in the Yukon, with rugged rocky mountains to the north and northeast and the rolling hills towards Mayo Lake to the south. The route is straightforward following along exploration roads nearly to the top of the mountain. Access to the hike is a long approach on the backroads from Keno City (10.7 km one way), requiring a 4x4 vehicle with decent clearance.




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