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March 26, 2017 
Anthony on Sam McGee Trail

Went up March 25 on skis. We followed a good snowshoe track about half way to treeline, then a narrower bootpacked trail until the last couple of switchbacks just before reaching the alpine. We carried on to the Montana Mountain summit and then skiied back to Carcross. Great snow conditions. Read More

March 23, 2017 
K Sparky Russell on AB Mountain

Hi Folks: I am coming to Whitehorse in May 2017 and have questions: . what are the insects like? . who to contact for climbing, hiking, paddling? Thanks, K. Sparky Russell, ACC Toronto Section Rep Read More

March 21, 2017 
Meghan and Lara-Rae on Golden Horn

March 11th, 2017 Start of the morning temps were -33C. We waited for the temps to warm up a little before hitting the trail head. -24C and we were off, skies were bright blue not a cloud in the sky. Beautiful trek up through the bush. Skidoo tracks had the trail packed down for easy hiking. We were... Read More

March 10, 2017 
Andrea Altherr on Stony Creek

Great conditions for skiing. Hard packed base and 5-10cm soft snow on top of it. Couldn't get any better! Read More

February 21, 2017 
Sarah-Monique and Maeve on Upper Dewey Lake

We made the hike to Upper Dewey Lake as a day trip on Sunday February 19th. Although the climb up took us 3 hours, you may find it much faster with crampons and snowshoes. There is a fair amount of ice on the lower portion of the trail. Once you reach the higher footbridge, the snowpack is consi... Read More

February 19, 2017 
Jason L on Fish Lake

This is a nice and straightforward hike. The trail is quite packed-down at the moment (no need for snowshoes). It's an easy hike on the way up, but fairly slippery on the way down. Once you're up on the ridge, you can walk along to the right or the left and enjoy spectacular views in all directions.... Read More



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International Falls


Distance: 8 km
Elevation Gain: 292 m (958 ft)
Time: 2-3 hours
Difficulty: Easy

This hike is a real alpine treat, with easy walking along a beautiful fast flowing creek with waterfalls, in a wide open valley surrounded by mountains. As long as you can survive the very steep but short descent from the highway and the initial creek crossing to reach the main trail, then the rest of the hike is a walk in the park. The international aspect of the hike is because the route starts on the Canadian side of the border and then crosses into the United States. Since the views don't change too much along the route you can easily make this a shorter or longer hike. If you add another 1 km (one way) you can look over into the next valley towards the Chilkoot Trail.




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