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July 16, 2019 
Sam Rowe on Spirit Canyon

Hiked this trail tonight and it is stunning! I had no trouble finding the trail entrance but I used the GPS map on the AllTrails App to find it. It’s not super obvious from the road but you can see where people park and there is a gap in the trees. Once you are clear of the poplars the trail is e... Read More

July 15, 2019 
Danielle on International Falls

Has anyone had success hiking this trail with dogs? Wondering about the steepness and the scree near the summit.... Thanks! Read More

July 14, 2019 
Juneau Jane on Spirit Canyon

Absolutely unable to find anything remotely resembling a trail from the road. Everything looks like private property. Read More

July 14, 2019 
Marianna on Spirit Canyon

I have a few more nice pictures along the trail, if you'd like them let me know.  Read More

July 14, 2019 
Marianna Berko on Spirit Canyon

We hiked the Spirit Canyon today, it is a very spacial, I'd say a sacred place. The rock formations are big boulders but kind of gritty & porous. It was first time for all 4 of us and we found the trail and way around without any problem. We followed the instructions from this site. There was cell s... Read More

July 12, 2019 
Bryan and Esther on Mount Martha Black

Attempted July 11. We should have read the comments more closely! Definitely turn right at the 8.5 km sign. It's a dry drainage and will take you right up onto the plateau that you want to be. We followed the creek a few minutes past the sign and ended up being way off course once we got up into ... Read More

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Monument Hill

Distance: 5 km
Elevation Gain: 175 m (574 ft)
Time: 2 hours
Difficulty: Easy

The hike to Monument Hill is in the open alpine with beautiful views of the Keno area. Keno Hill itself is the name given to the mountain above Keno City, and is actually made up of five smaller hills, including Monument Hill. There is very little elevation gain on this hike and the route described provides a bit of a loop in order to maximize views of the surrounding area. There is a lot of room to explore on your own along the way.

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