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June 22, 2017 
Liz Barker on Fish Lake

Hiked this yesterday. Trail is in good shape, mucky spots have pretty much dried out. Bugs are out in full force, we had clouds of them following us all the way up to the summit, we passed a few people who turned around and went back down because the bugs were so bad. Bug spray is ineffective, I wou... Read More

June 21, 2017 
Matthew on Mount White

Don't know how you can rate this trail "Moderate". It is a very steep climb almost the whole way with no switchbacks. And coming back down is almost as difficult because of the grade and the slippery surface. The trail was never designed for hikers but to access the radio tower. The hike was worth i... Read More

June 20, 2017 
Ken Veitch on Caribou Mountain

I am trying to locate a man who had a website of the Carcross area and had a view of Caribou mountain from his front window. He gave regular updates on events of the area especially summer solstice hike. I have lost his website name,can you provide me with it?  Read More

June 19, 2017 
Joe on Mount Skukum

There is actually 4 bridges on Annie Lale Road to Mount Skukum. Three of them cross the Wheaton River. You cross the Wheaton River at KM 26 for the first time. Then, you cross it again around KM 35. This is a very small bridge, but it still crosses the Wheaton River. And finally, you get to the 3rd ... Read More

June 19, 2017 
Yukon Hiking on Mount Skukum

To clarify, there are three bridges on the Annie Lake Road to Mount Skukum - the first one is over the Watson River, and the other two are over the Wheaton (as described in the Driving Directions). It is the last Wheaton River bridge that is decommissioned/blocked. You could attempt to cross th... Read More

June 18, 2017 
Joe on Mount Skukum

The bridge that is out is actually the 3rd river crossing (and not the 2nd like it says on here). There is no other way around it with a normal car, that's for sure. The bridge is blocked with big boulders, and it is also half-collapsed, so it is impassable. However, with a 4X4, Quad or vehicle with... 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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