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August 20, 2019 
Rob on Pilot's Peak

Did this as a party of two on the August long weekend, it's a fun trail with some great views. When crossing the river we had better luck slightly upriver of where the marker is on this map -- it is wider, more shallow and had fewer deep or sketchy spots to cross. Read More

August 20, 2019 
Kyle on AB Mountain

Steep hike like all the hikes in skagway but also great fun. Did the 17.4k in 3:50hours. Always nice to get to the summit and have the opportunity to explore more with the 360 panorama views. As always the trail is very well made with some ropes here and there for steep rocky sections. Read More

August 19, 2019 
Scott Chadwick on King's Throne

August 18th 2019, base temperature 12c, winds gusting to 15k, upper alpine temperature decreased dramatically; wind gusting to 40k, almost "winter like" conditions at the summit, thermal layer under shell, mandatory.  Read More

August 14, 2019 
Alice on Mount Skukum

The road up into the Skukum creek valley is now blocked shortly after the switchbacks (avalanche?). Read More

August 14, 2019 
Sandrine et Sevan on Sheep Creek

Awesome trail today, definitely worth the hike. We were a little bit worried once we got at The Visitor Center because of the poster about a curious bear spotted in the area on the 6th of August. The staff at the front desk reassured us that a group of two people would be safe enough. also that ther... Read More

August 13, 2019 
Sandrine et Sevan on King's Throne

Amazing trail, well maintained, the farther you go, the better the view after tree line. Busy trail, no bear signs, few mosquitoes. Worth walking more after king's throne for the views:) 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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