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September 13, 2019 
Alastair Cook on Spirit Canyon

It's a treat to have a trail like this relatively close to Whitehorse,with such fantastic panoramic views along its whole length, as essentially you are walking along ridges, and then to have the canyon at the end.It's not a long hike, so more people are able to do this, children included. Today was... Read More

September 12, 2019 
Melanie Bonin on Mount White

It took me a while to find the trail. If you are at the look out, your to far. Its starts right at the gravel pit behind the power station. There is a sign addressed to the Hikers where the path starts. Its steep almost all the way up. Went on September 12th and didn't see any mountain goats. But ... Read More

September 11, 2019 
D. Schmidt on Sheep Creek

28 Aug 2019 Intended to hike up Observation Mtn at the end of Slims West, but felt a bit tuckered from a hike the day prior. This gave me the opportunity to still see the Kuskawulsh glacier, without trudging through the mud of Slims West. Trek is as per all other descriptions here, which are spot-o... Read More

September 10, 2019 
D Schmidt on Cottonwood Trail

27 Aug 2019 The doom and gloom from some comments only adds to the attraction of this route; didn't see a soul for 4 days! Started at K Lake campground and headed down the highway in order to end back at the car. Great concept, but added 27km of pavement, so probably won't do that again. End-season... Read More

September 10, 2019 
Ronnie on Three Guardsmen

Hiked this on September 8. Followed the route as described to the peak. Instead of returning the same way, we continued down the ridge heading roughly southeast, along the saddle and then down across the edge of the rock glacier. We picked up the mining road again next to the rock glacier and took i... Read More

September 9, 2019 
Marc on Mount Archibald

Picture of the bivy in the middle of the rocks trying to reach the ridge. (Not ideal place to camp, and you can hear rocks falling down around you during the night). Can you spot the 3 mountain goats I woke up to!?? 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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