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April 19, 2018 
Josie on Red Ridge

Response in regards to the log cabin along the trail to the trailhead... This cabin is a trapper's cabin that continues to be used. The trail is an active trapline as well, so please keep pets leashed at all times. Please do not go near, explore, or touch any live traps. There have been incid... Read More

April 18, 2018 
Daniel jirousek on Sturgill's Landing

Has anyone hiked the sturgill's trail in skagway recently? We are thinking about going to skagway this weekend to do this hike and have some thai food at starfire. Read More

April 17, 2018 
GC on Cottonwood Trail

To add to Voyageur comment. You better have a plan B and C out there, repair kit or spare gear. Never know, you can break a biding or something ;). A way of communicating is a must; sat phone or Spot or In Reach...  Read More

April 16, 2018 
Jenn on Kusawa Ridge

Hiked on April 7 and there is a mix of snow and rock. It is hike-able without snowshoes. I dropped a black sunglasses case on the trail so if anyone finds it, please let me know!  Read More

April 14, 2018 
BSKTJ on Kluane Ice Cave

April 14, 2018 - Stellar day! Departed “trailhead” at 10:30 am. Excellent conditions hiking to the Ice Caves (because we left early). Enjoyed a lunch at the Ice Caves “restaurant” with excellent views of the Ruby Range. Debris had recently fallen at the entrance, but not on our heads! ... Read More

April 14, 2018 
Voyageur on Cottonwood Trail

We skied the trail as a group of two with back country skies, light back packs and pulks from April 8-12. Gear: We carried snow shoes as back-ups and they were really helpful at camp as they avoided us from sinking in hip deep into the snow when taking the skies off. The trail was easy to ... Read More



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Kluane Ice Cave


Distance: 13 km
Elevation Gain: 545 m (1788 ft)
Time: 4 hours
Difficulty: Easy

Once a well-kept secret by the locals, this hike went viral as scores of Yukoners and tourists have since flocked to this accessible ice cave. The route is easy to follow up a creek bed, which takes you right to the cave, with its huge arch of blue ice. There are stunning views of the Kluane Mountain Range on the way to make this a pleasant hike for all skill levels. NOTE: Only the winter route has been recorded.




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