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May 27, 2016 
MeghanM on Paddy Peak

Myles, sounds like you ended up at the gravel pit after the road to Paddy Peak. It's the small obscure road just before the gravel pit, before you cross over the creek on the highway. You can also take a closer look at the google earth image above. Read More

May 26, 2016 
Ellie, Laura & Vanessa on Sam McGee Trail

Drive past Carcross going south towards Skagway on the South Klondike Highway. About 17km after passing Carcross you will spot a tramway ruin on the left hand side off the side of the road, continue driving a few meters to a pull off on the left hand side of the road, where you will be able to park ... Read More

May 26, 2016 
Myles on Paddy Peak

Hi guys, we're thinking about doing this hike this weekend. The only problem is we went to this site a few months ago and couldn't find the road you're talking about. I turned into the gravel area at KM 38 (after the Carcross bridge) and couldn't find a road to go up. Were we in the right spot? It w... Read More

May 25, 2016 
Erin on Denver Glacier

I'm wondering if anyone has done this trail when the train is not running...  Read More

May 23, 2016 
Beth & Lauren on Mount Lorne

Hiked part of the Mount Lorne Trail today but somehow missed the trapper's cabin. Found the creek with the tin cans in it but not until the way back. Made it to a fairly high elevation but didn't get out of the trees. Anyone know how we missed the cabin??? Read More

May 23, 2016 
Marc on Mount Decoeli

Hiked this mountain on May 22nd, 2016. There is not a sign for Bear Creek Summit so count your KMs. From the pullout, the trail is marked with an orange ribbon. From there, follow the trail in the forest for about 1 KM. Once you get to the creek, the trail disappears. Just follow the creek until you... Read More

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Mount Martha Black

Distance: 36 km
Elevation Gain: 1705 m (5594 ft)
Time: 16 hours
Difficulty: Difficult

Mount Martha Black is the highest peak within the Auriol Range, accessed via the Auriol Trail. This route is an excellent entry level mountaineering trip with varied terrain and a variety of skills required - glacier travel and up to Class 5 scrambling (rope, harnesses and helmets a must). It's a fair distance to cover (both horizontally and vertically), best completed with overnight stays in the beautiful alpine flower covered plateau.

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