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July 17, 2018 
Andy on Chilkoot Trail

I'm planning to do the Chilkoot in late August, from Dyea. I want to leave my car in Log Cabin, hike to Bennett from Log Cabin to catch the 3:15 (Alaska time?) train to Skagway, and then hike back to Log Cabin over a few days. Because of travel schedules, this is the way I need to do it, but I'm ... Read More

July 15, 2018 
Garth on Monarch Mountain

Hiked this on the evening of July 12th. Trail is dry, very windy up top. Got to the main viewpoint and continued on to hike a little circle of the ridges to the true summit - great views of the lake and mountain range! Read More

July 15, 2018 
Garth on Grey (Canyon) Mountain

Ran this route on the evening of July 9th. Trail is dry and in great shape. Pretty windy up top, should have brought another layer. Took two hours at a decent clip - almost all runnable if you're comfortable on uneven terrain. Top section of the road is in pretty rough shape, I was glad to have a tr... Read More

July 15, 2018 
Holger on Bock's Lake

We did the hike 4 weeks ago didnt see any bears but be aware of the sqhirrels they ate my girlfriends bra ... the hike itself is to be honest exausting cause you basically walking on rocks all the time. The other thing is that you also not seeing anything interesting cause you're in the valley the w... Read More

July 14, 2018 
Shailyn on The Tors

Hiked the Tors with a friend today. My 94 Corolla made it to all the way to the trailhead (slowly), with only minor scratches from brush on the side of the road. Lots of mosquito at the start of the trail, but lost them as soon as we started going up. We did the hike in 6 hours, stopping for lunc... Read More

July 14, 2018 
Jackie on Thunderegg Creek

Did this July 8. There is a creek crossing not too far from the parking lot. The water is ice-cold but only got to ankle height. A wood plank was placed over a part of the creek that dips a little deeper, but that part is easily avoided. Thought the "fork" mentioned in the comments was fairly obv... Read More



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Mount Boyle


Distance: 7 km
Elevation Gain: 537 m (1762 ft)
Time: 3-4 hours
Difficulty: Moderate

A lesser known hiking route in Tombstone Territorial Park, but well worth the consideration. Mount Boyle is a hikers dream with mostly tundra walking the whole way. The route crosses a short section of tussocks, followed by a quick bushwack through willows and a leg-burning climb up to the ridge. The undulating rocky ridge is fun to hike, leading to a nice viewpoint of the peak. There is a further scramble to the actual summit of Mount Boyle if you want to add more distance and time.




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