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September 21, 2017 
Liz B on Paddy Peak

My husband and I hiked here on September 20th. The "road" off the highway is very rough, I would only recommend driving it if you have a high clearance 4x4 vehicle. We have a Nissan Xterra and bottomed out in some of the rocky sections (river crossing was no problem). We were unable to drive up the ... Read More

September 19, 2017 
Louise and Gus on Sam McGee Trail

Did this trail for the first time on Sunday. Weather was a bit cloudy and drizzly but not too bad. Look for the gigantic wooden thing on the side of the road going towards Skagway, and the trailhead is just past that on the opposite side down in the ditch! The first bit is relatively easy, but watch... Read More

September 13, 2017 
Yukon Hiking on Auriol Trail

Parks Canada has closed this trail due to bear activity. Check the bulletin (http://www.pc.gc.ca/apps/scond/Cond_E.asp?oID=29267&oPark=100252) or check in with Park Staff on any changes. Read More

September 11, 2017 
Eric on Shark Fin

Wow, an amazing hike with stunning views and definitely enough 'adventure' the above description is good, however, the bushwacking is no where near as bad as implied (at least if one is used to bushwacking in southern BC. Also, one can head pretty much directly from the location labeled 'Potential... Read More

September 11, 2017 
Dan & Donna on Nares Mountain

Great hike! Steep but fun and well worth it for the views. Saw a bear running from left ridge to right ridge near the beginning of our hike but never saw it again. Great fall colors are starting to show. Quite windy and cold at the summit area. Read More

September 10, 2017 
G Snider on Golden Horn

A friend and I hiked to the summit of Golden Horn Mountain yesterday (September 9). It was a rainy day yet, with the fall colours, it was a very fulfilling hike. The boggy areas weren't too bad, but the low spots had filled up with water by the time we came down--nothing treacherous though. Altho... 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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