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September 26, 2016 
Miriam on Upper Dewey Lake

Did the box of rocks hike on September 30th but walked, not ran! Was a very foggy day, low visibility until we got to the cabins. Took us about 2.5 hours to get up. Such a beautiful hike. Steep,but several areas where the trail levelled out. There's a waterfall you can hear and often see, the trail ... Read More

September 23, 2016 
Sandra on Caribou Mountain

Rufus and everyone else who hikes Caribou Please avoid hiking this trail from mid-May to mid-June to avoid disturbing the sheep during lambing season. Nobody seems to care!! I am a local resident in Carcross, I love this Mountain and I think is very important to respect animals habitats! Also I ... Read More

September 20, 2016 
Danielle on The Tors

Last week a friend and I hiked the Tors. We were able to drive to the base of the mountain in our jeep with no trouble however we did take the wrong road originally (if you are following the fence you are not on the fire break road). The first kilometre was very steep going with a fair bit of scramb... Read More

September 18, 2016 
Aaron on Paddy Peak

I did this hike a few weeks ago. Andy is correct that there are tracks off the trail. And someone sprayed a bunch of neon orange spray paint near the glacial moraine. Someone is operating a tour up there I hear. Perhaps the BC government should put an end to it.  Read More

September 18, 2016 
Jo on Dail Peak

Hiked Dail peak today. There's construction on the highway on the section where you would usually park so I had to backtrack east and park in a pullout near the bottom of Pooly canyon around UTM 521616 6654615. I would recommend scrambling up right away above the cliffs that border the road to try t... Read More

September 16, 2016 
Jo on Chilkoot Trail

Just came back from a 4 day trip Sept 12-15th on the Chilkoot trail with a group of students. Rained on day 1 and then probably got over 20 mm rain overnight. We camped at Finnegan's and encountered a nasty mudslide with a raging river where the trail should've been. Had to bushwhack through devil 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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