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October 5, 2017 
Marc on Stony Creek

Yes, directions provided are good. It is 15KM passed the Takhini River bridge on the Alaska Highway (not Klondike Highway). If you drive 15KM's passed the Bridge on the Klondike river (heading north), there are no hikes there. It is going towards Haines Junction. Read More

October 5, 2017 
Doe on Stony Creek

@John Doe, in fact, it is northwest from Whitehorse so the directions and you are both correct. The Alaska Highway has a northwesterly direction as built. There are two bridges across the Takhini River. One is over the Klondike Highway (a.k.a. Mayo Road) and the other is over the Alaska Highway. 15k... Read More

October 4, 2017 
John Doe on Stony Creek

I don't understand the directions: "Drive north of Whitehorse on the Alaska highway for about 58 km. When you reach the Takhini River bridge, you have 15 km left." Based on the map the trail head is along the Alaska Highway heading west, not north as you wrote. This isn't near the Takhini Rive... Read More

October 1, 2017 
A & B on Kusawa Ridge

A rocky hike, but a beautiful hike. Definitely agree with the previous suggestions regarding the creek. Following it up was incredibly easy, though spotting the tiny flag that signalled the trail to the alpine was not. Keep your eyes peeled once you reach the big rock wall on the left hand side (... Read More

September 24, 2017 
Jane on King's Throne

Is this still safe to hike for fall (October)? If anyone is interested. Loiking for fellow hikers to go with!  Read More

September 21, 2017 
Liz B on Paddy Peak

My husband and I hiked here on September 20th. The "road" off the highway is very rough, I would only recommend driving it if you have a high clearance 4x4 vehicle. We have a Nissan Xterra and bottomed out in some of the rocky sections (river crossing was no problem). We were unable to drive up the ... Read More



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Mount Ripinski


Distance: 13 km
Elevation Gain: 993 m (3258 ft)
Time: 5.5 hours
Difficulty: Moderate

Mount Ripinski is a prominent ridge within the Takshanuk Mountains, which rises northwest of Haines, Alaska and runs along the Haines Highway. While much of the hike is in the trees, once you reach the first bit of subalpine, the views over the Haines area are pretty spectacular with glacier covered peaks and the many inlets of the Lynn Canal. There are actually three potential access routes to the summit, the route described here is via Young Road and the most gradual and forgiving of the three.




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