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May 24, 2018 
Braden on Brute Mountain

Attempted this trail on May 21, 2018 but with no luck. Once you get close to the landslide the remaining unmelted snow makes it nearly impossible to climb any lower towards the creek. For safety we decided to head up sugarloaf instead to maybe get a veiw of montana mountain but got pushed back to th... Read More

May 23, 2018 
Nigel on Kluane Ice Cave

Mary, did you end up going? I'm going to attempt the hike tomorrow, would love any advice  Read More

May 23, 2018 
Kyle on Nares Mountain

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May 23, 2018 
Kyle on Nares Mountain

Did this hike yesterday. Very steep but it is unique in the sense that from the very start to the end of the hike you are rewarded with great views of the lakes. The trail is in good shape, the summit is very windy and cold, some snow patches but nothing you have to walk through. The views from t... Read More

May 22, 2018 
Jackie on Fish Lake

Hiked May 20. It's dry for the first 10 minutes or so, but after that, what's normally the path is currently a mini-river on account of meltwater for most of the way up. Still a decent amount of snow on the path once you get above the treeline, but we ran into a horseback riding group on the way dow... Read More

May 21, 2018 
David on Sam McGee Trail

I did this trail May 19th. Patches of snow after 3km but it's not that bad. I went to the top. Sometimes you don't have any chance to avoid the snow, need waterproof shoes :) After the forest there is more snow but you can go the top even if you have to cross some part where there is more than 40cm ... 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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