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April 21, 2017 
Fan of this website on Stony Creek

Don't go with a loose dog. Even in summer there are traps around. We went up late August and my dog found a trap with what looked like a fresh cross fox in it. A group of men on the trail warned us about our loose dog because the last time they were hiking this trail a women's dog was injured then ... Read More

April 18, 2017 
Shannon Wyers on Nares Mountain

Please be bear aware!! My friend and her hiking partners spotted a sow and her two cubs approximately 1 km up Nares Mountain on Saturday, April 15. 🐻 Read More

April 18, 2017 
Alison on Nares Mountain

Hiked Nares Mountain on Saturday April 15th. Lower half is clear, but higher elevations had sections of snow that we had to go through, and a lot was soft so we sank in a number of times - knee deep or higher often. We climbed to about 1 km from the summit; hikers ahead of us said the last section t... Read More

April 18, 2017 
Jason Wright on Mount White

Hiked Mt. White on Saturday (15 April). Trail has some small sections of compacted snow in the shady areas, but the majority of the trail up to and past the antenna is clear. Spotted a pair of bald eagles soaring in the thermals and a merlin too.  Read More

April 8, 2017 
MeghanM on Fish Lake

Trail was in great condition, nice and packed, Thursday around noon, not too icy. Extremely windy at the top, as usual! Some of the snow on the ridge has already melt or been scoured away. Note the access road before the trailhead was pretty rutted and would be a mess later in the day once things ... Read More

April 3, 2017 
Richelle Tumamang on The Tors

We plan to hike the mountain this summer but I've been talking to locals, inquiring about "The Tors". Apparently, they call it Castle Rock. I've heard good things about it so looking forward to hiking season! Read More

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Mount Hinton

Distance: 10 km
Elevation Gain: 824 m (2703 ft)
Time: 3 hours
Difficulty: Moderate

The views from Mount Hinton are some of the best in the Yukon, with rugged rocky mountains to the north and northeast and the rolling hills towards Mayo Lake to the south. The route is straightforward following along exploration roads nearly to the top of the mountain. Access to the hike is a long approach on the backroads from Keno City (10.7 km one way), requiring a 4x4 vehicle with decent clearance.

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