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March 17, 2019 
Nicolas L on Spirit Canyon

Just arrived from there (march 17th). Some snow in the beginning for the tree part and half bare in the slopes. A little slippery. Read More

March 16, 2019 
Levi/faith on Kluane Ice Cave

We went up March 15th the trail was still solid but it’s softening up in places and gets a bit harder to walk on, there is definitely heavy debris from falling ice in the cave and a rather lad ge boulder looks ready to fall off the top. We snowboarded the whole way back without having to stop. Ab... Read More

March 9, 2019 
Liz B on St. Elias Lake

A group of 4 of us hiked this trail today (March 9th). The first 3kms of the trail are nicely packed and easy to walk on without snowshoes, the last km of the trail is looser; we fell through the snow a few times but still easily doable without snowshoes. This is one of the easier Kluane hikes in... Read More

March 6, 2019 
Lauren on King's Throne

Anyone know if this route is possible in March?  Read More

March 2, 2019 
Murray Lundberg on Kluane Ice Cave

A group of 7 of us hiked to the ice cave on February 28. CBC reporter Philippe Morin had asked to join us, and as he was filming a monologue right in front of the cave, a huge section of the ceiling collapsed. There was no warning, and it would certainly have killed anyone in there. The video will n... Read More

February 27, 2019 
Yukon Hiking on Spirit Canyon

Yes we have done it in late December. If you're lucky someone else will have broken trail for you. Read More



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Paint Mountain


Distance: 4 km
Elevation Gain: 714 m (2343 ft)
Time: 4 hours
Difficulty: Difficult

A very steep hike with rewarding views of Pine Lake and the Kluane Front Ranges. There is some infrastructure at the top including a heli-pad, fire-lookout tower, and various communication towers.




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