Yukon Hiking

A little guidance in a wild landscape.

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September 17, 2020
Sean on Caribou Mountain
What a fantastic hike! A group of five of us reached the summit last Saturday, September 12. The fall colors were out and the trail was quite easy to follow all the way up. A word of warning -- we saw three black bears over the course of the hike, one that was under 50m from the trail. Make sure to ...
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September 16, 2020
Jenna on Observation Mountain
Did this hike from Canada Creek on July 31 (hottest day of the summer) - we were the only ones on the trail that day. Saw no wildlife. The braided creek crossings gave us no problem (though the water is VERY cold), and the route was fairly easy to follow, though it took longer than expected to get t...
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September 9, 2020
Jen H on Caribou Mountain
Unlike the previous comment, I found this hike difficult and unrelentingly steep. But those fall colours made everything worth it!
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September 8, 2020
Liz B on King's Throne
We hiked to the summit of Kings Throne on Sunday of the long weekend (September 6), there was not a cloud in the sky and no wind at all, a rare bluebird day in Kluane! According to out GPS, our distance was 14.6kms and our elevation gain was 1344m. To the top of the bowl was a 550m elevation gain, s...
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September 7, 2020
Laura on Kujo Ridge
Did this hike September 5, 2020. Started from back left corner of sandy parking lot by blue flood warning sign, after bridge between campgrounds. No flagging tape aside from small piece at trailhead in back left corner of parking lot but trail very well used and easy to follow.
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