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January 19, 2018 
Wilfred Zaha on Mount Skukum

To clarify the bridges. The final brige is out! This is the one at the mine office turn and right before the fencing. You can drive around with a 4x4 truck(would sugest late summer/fall when the water isnt as high). The butte creek road only goes a km or so Unless you have an ATV.You can not drive ... Read More

January 9, 2018 
Julien Allard on Mount White

Wonderful hike on Monday 7 January, You must have snowshoe at this time of the year! It's steep all way long. I took 3.5 hours to reach the top and less than an hours to go down.  Read More

December 28, 2017 
kyliestravel on Upper Dewey Lake

Completed this hike on 23rd December. Really great trail conditions, practically no snow until you reach the alpine area. There were a couple of icy sections of the path, but you could walk off the side in the woods. Took 2.5 hours up. Snowshoes required in the alpine. Read More

December 26, 2017 
Swim Upstream on Sheep Mountain

If anyone is going to split up on this trail with part of the group going up over Sheep Mountain and connecting with the other part of the group on the back side from Sheep Creek, make sure to take radios to be able to communicate back and forth. This was our plan, but we found out we forgot the ra... Read More

December 26, 2017 
Michael & Shaeron on Fish Lake

While on vacation in Yukon during September 2017 we were admiring the beautiful fall colour at Fish Lake. Chatting to someone there we were informed about the trail and decided to give it a try. Being somewhat older we found the path up through the trees a bit of a challenge but once up in the alpi... Read More

November 20, 2017 
Kevin on Mount Lorne

Hiked to the first summit yesterday. Light breeze and cloudless sky, but very cold. Trail was pretty easy to follow past the cabin despite lack of tracks. Brought snowshoes but left them at cabin as it didn't look like we'd need them. Some stretches of knee-deep snow just above treeline, but sno... Read More



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Summit Creek


Distance: 5 km
Elevation Gain: 128 m (420 ft)
Time: 2 hours
Difficulty: Easy

This route takes you to a dramatic viewpoint into the narrow, rocky canyon of Summit Creek. It is a beautiful trip in both the summer and the winter. After the canyon, the valley opens up and you can continue as far as you like, with many options to explore - left, right and center.




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