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November 20, 2018 
David J on Red Ridge

Tried to do it today (Nov 20th). We park at annie lake and it took us 2h30 to walk until the trailhead. Snow very soft. We decided to go back at this point... Still 18km done but not the best part :) Read More

October 22, 2018 
Sarah Fletcher on Grey (Canyon) Mountain

We went Oct. 20th. Didn't quite manage the drive to the radio tower, as we were not prepared for snow, and there was just a little; a small car passed us while we were walking to the trailhead, though! We didn't have winter footgear and brought a baby so opted not to do the trail but had some great ... Read More

October 17, 2018 
Bryan W on Red Ridge

We did this trail on Oct 16 2018. Drove all the way to the parking area listed in the description. Not an overly complex 4x4 trail, but there are the water crossings, and if you value the paint on your vehicle don't do it, as there are lots of encroaching branches to give you lots of "pin striping".... Read More

October 5, 2018 
Lynn Calvert on Samuel Glacier

August 2018 Started later in the day but didn't realize it was that far. Didn't do research and happened upon it. Decided to camp overnight and do it properly the next day. Spectacular. On a clear day to boot. One of the best hikes of our five week trip to the Yukon.  Read More

October 3, 2018 
Angelo Nonog on King's Throne

As rated, it is a difficult climb and descent, especially if you have some knee issues. Snow patches up the ridge leading to the peak. Magnificent views along the way. Celebrated a personal milestone up there  Read More

September 30, 2018 
Sean Clarke on Mount Adney

I hiked this back in early August (2018) after driving past and thinking 'that looks fun'. It was fun. Brought two dogs up with me. Went directly up closest face trying to avoid small brush. The bottom was kind of marshy. Read More

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Spirit Canyon

Distance: 4 km
Elevation Gain: 162 m (531 ft)
Time: 1.5 hours
Difficulty: Easy

Just barely viewable from the Alaska Highway north of Whitehorse, Spirit Canyon is a beautiful area to explore. The views on the hike to and from the canyon are beautiful, with the expansive Takhini River Valley below and the Ibex Valley to the southeast and the Sifton Range to the northeast. The canyon itself is a special place with big rock walls which are used by rock climbers.

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