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February 18, 2017 
Liz Barker on Fish Lake

My husband and I hiked the Fish Lake trail this morning. We threw on our head lamps and got to the top just in time for the sunrise. The sky was clear and there was next to no wind (which is not usually the case in my experience). The trail is packed and easy to walk on, absolutely no need for snows... Read More

February 7, 2017 
Aadil Mohammed on Caribou Mountain

I think the difficulty should be changed from moderate lol. This was a quite a challenge. Didn't quite make it to the top but still worth it.  Read More

January 9, 2017 
Danielle koop on Fish Lake

Trail was awesome! Packed until the very end which had some pretty deep snow, if youre looking for a leg workout though it should still doable. Got to the first peak around 2 just in time for some beautiful sunshine! Definitely do this hike if you're humming and hawing Read More

January 8, 2017 
Andrew on Sam McGee Trail

Hiked Sam McGee Trail on Jan. 4. Trail was packed down most of the way but snowshoes were definitely needed at the top where the snow was waist deep in places. Four and a half hours round trip with 20 minutes at the top.  Read More

December 28, 2016 
Deb on St. Elias Lake

Did this trail on Dec 27th. It was -24. We left at 11 and were back at the car by 3:30 with 1/2 hr. lunch stop at the lake. We used snow shoes and had to break trail the whole way. I'm quite sure it's 4 kms. each way since there was a 2 km. sign approx. half way. It was a moderate snow shoe hike bre... Read More

November 30, 2016 
T&C on Sam McGee Trail

My husband and I did this trail today for the first time. The view was gorgeous. It was great to have little sneak-peeks of the view along the trail. There was about two feet of fresh powder on the upper switchback part of the trail - snowshoes were a must! The first chunk of the trail is a nice,... Read More

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North Klondike Valley (Winter)

Distance: 35 km
Elevation Gain: 340 m (1115 ft)
Time: 2-3 days
Difficulty: Moderate

The winter route up the North Klondike Valley to Divide Lake is a great overnight ski trip within Tombstone Territorial Park. The route starts from the Tombstone Campground and follows along the frozen North Klondike River all the way to the lake. This route is best attempted in the late winter/early spring based on temperature, daylight hours and snow conditions. Also the valley is one of the few areas where snowmobile use is allowed in the park, therefore there is typically a packed trail to the lake, which makes the skiing a lot easier. Basic route finding skills are required.

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