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Recent Trail Comments


November 26, 2019 
Erin on Nares Mountain

Hiked Nares on Sunday. Beautiful day with great views. Trail easy to follow. Some ice at the beginning which cleats helped with. Gators were useful in some snowy parts, no snowshoes needed.  Read More

November 15, 2019 
Marie Beattie on Mount White

I went hiking on White Mountain last weekend, (November 10) and lost my favourite blueish green toque along the trail, before the helicopter pad. If you happen to be hiking there and find it, please call or email and i'll come get it! Even though its just a toque, its quite special to me! 867 689 85... Read More

October 30, 2019 
Stephanie Dragoman on Mount Lorne

Hiked last weekend and it was still fairly accessible. Went clockwise, and definitely there was about a foot of powder near the top. But still an excellent trail! Read More

October 21, 2019 
Pippa L. on Red Ridge

Skied/snowshoed from the Annie Lake Rd to the East Peak on Oct.20th. 7.5 hrs round trip. Entire road to summer trailhead had ATV tracks/ruts - hard-packed at first; snow got softer as we gained elevation. OK skiing on road (lots of rocks esp. on steep parts); nice snowshoeing on the ridge. NB: Creek... Read More

October 19, 2019 
Tara on Spirit Canyon

Did Spirit Canyon today- marvellous! To find the trail: - Drive north on Alaska Highway 50km from Whitehorse - Turn right at Kluane Wagon Road (has proper sign) - Ignore several lesser used dirt roads and driveways and stay on Kluane Wagon road, which is the most used road and runs parall... Read More

October 18, 2019 
Manon on Upper Dewey Lake

Hiked this trail back in June of 2017 and found it very, very hard. Luckily for us we had rented the cabin for the night, otherwise I would not have been able to come back the same day. The trail was much longer than I expected. After reading everyone's comments, I'm wondering if there is only on... Read More






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Lower Dewey Lake


Distance: 7 km
Elevation Gain: 166 m (545 ft)
Time: 1.5 hours
Difficulty: Easy

The Lower Dewey Lake Loop offers a nice coastal forest hike just above Skagway. Most of the initial elevation gain is at the beginning until you reach the lake. There are some nice picnic areas, camping spots and firepits along the loop.




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