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August 27, 2016 
Jo on The Tors

Got stuck in the mud within 100m after the first right on the gravel road. The road is deeply rutted and very slick. I would not recommend it unless you have a high clearance 4x4. Got bailed out by a nice guy from Haines & left my vehicle right at Aishihik turnoff along the highway. Trail is pretty ... Read More

August 23, 2016 
Marc on Auriol Peak

Did this hike August 21st. I started from the parking lot at around 11 am and reached the old bridge a few hours later. For me, I took option 1 by going up the moraine (black line). But instead of following Auriol creek from above that brings you towards the right of the mountain (green line) like d... Read More

August 22, 2016 
Audrey Bouchard on Fish Lake

This was a real treat to hike Fish Lake on my last day in the Yukon! The weather was about 25 degrees down the mountain, and up it was snowing and it was beautiful! It took us 2h10 and we spent 15 min up to admire the landscape! Very nice trails, it's a place to go and explore! Read More

August 21, 2016 
Jo on Mount Lorne

Just returned from Mt Lorne loop today. Bear creek is 1.3 km from Annie lake road, park right after the creek on the left, walk back and a really good trail can be found immediately on the North side of the creek. I chose to bike up, there is more than 300m elevation gain from the trailhead to the "... Read More

August 21, 2016 
Krista on Red Ridge

Really beautiful spot. The 8kms (which was closer to 10kms) road to the trailhead is definitely not vehicle friendly. A quad is needed or add another 10kms to the distance of the hike each way. The quad trail isnt quite mountain bike friendly either. Overall is a fantastic hike!  Read More

August 21, 2016 
Krista on Venus Mine

The pull out on the side of the highway was difficult to find. The yellow fence is on the old mining road that turns back, parallel with the highway and ascends up the mountain. If youve reached the BC border,youve gone a bit too far. Nice easy road to the first minning camp,but getting to the s... 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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