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November 30, 2016 
T&C on Sam McGee Trail

My husband and I did this trail today for the first time. The view was gorgeous. It was great to have little sneak-peeks of the view along the trail. There was about two feet of fresh powder on the upper switchback part of the trail - snowshoes were a must! The first chunk of the trail is a nice,... Read More

November 30, 2016 
T&C on Grey (Canyon) Mountain

My husband and I did the "Easy Money" trail on Grey Mountain yesterday. It was a really snowy day! Easy Money is a nice snowshoe through the trees. Definitely has its steep parts, but you are rewarded with a cute little bench at the top of the trail (not the top of Grey). It was a very foggy day... Read More

November 29, 2016 
T&C on Fish Lake

What a gorgeous trail! My husband and I are in Whitehorse on vacation for a week and this was our first hike of the trip yesterday. What a great first trail! There was no need snowshoes yesterday as the trail was packed down (but it snowed today - so perhaps you will need them!) Just beautiful vi... Read More

November 28, 2016 
Jim haver on Chilkoot Trail

The With my two children Christopher and Stephannie we did chilkoot in 1978. What great trip with children. Ages 12 and 10. Real great c hildren to endure. Today it still excitement for them. And at 78 today. Invokes great memories.D.  Read More

November 19, 2016 
Jane Doe on Fish Lake

Wow, what a trail Read More

November 7, 2016 
Graydon on Fish Lake

I lost a blue glove on the road. If anybody finds it let me know!! Thanks Read More

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Kujo Ridge

Distance: 6 km
Elevation Gain: 529 m (1736 ft)
Time: 2.5 hours
Difficulty: Moderate

A varied and beautiful trail up into the alpine with gorgeous views of Kusawa Lake and the surrounding mountains, and opportunities to connect to Jo Jo Lake. This trail is south of the well known Kusawa Ridge Trail, and provides a different perspective of the area. This area is especially beautiful in the fall and there are many opportunities from the viewpoint to continue farther into the alpine up any of the rocky ridges or towards Jo Jo Lake.

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