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August 15, 2017 
Dwight gale on Mount Skukum

Hiked Aug 14th. Snowed early morining and contiuned on the peak of skukum. We decided to aproach the mt from the north, We took the cat track up butte creek to the old mine shafts and tranches than whent up a pretty steep cat track to the left of skukum than walked the spine to the 2nd highest peak... Read More

August 14, 2017 
KB on Samuel Glacier

Did this hike as an overnight the weekend of August 5- probably the hottest and most beautiful weekend of the summer! Thanks for Norman's comment,below, we were able to find the trail again by sticking to the right after the trail peters out- one small creek crossing and we found the trail again whi... Read More

August 14, 2017 
kyliestravel on Golden Horn

Hiked this trail on 13th august. Lucky enough that my Yukon mate had no fear driving up the "road" to the start of the ATV trail - I most certainly wouldn't! But it saved us a hike that I think would'nt have been worth it from my point of view. From the ATV trail is is just a long flat hike until th... Read More

August 14, 2017 
kyliestravel on Fraser Peak

Hiked this trail 5th August. This is a beautiful hike, although it is difficult. I hiked it solo and fell short of the summit. THe first hour up over the ridge line, is easy. However, the hike after this is bouldering all the way up. The picture you see is about 30 metres lower than where I made i... Read More

August 13, 2017 
Max Benis on Monarch Mountain

Didn't see any Moncarch Butterfiles on this hike! But oooooh weeee was this a greatest trails!  Read More

August 11, 2017 
K.S. on Auriol Peak

Successfully hiked up Auriol peak August 9 2017, after a previous attempt the week before. We took advantage of the midnight sun and did it in one day (I don't recommended this option). On our first attempt, we accidentally went up a subpeak, just east of the first talus slope. It wasn't until we cl... Read More

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Mount Ripinski

Distance: 13 km
Elevation Gain: 993 m (3258 ft)
Time: 5.5 hours
Difficulty: Moderate

Mount Ripinski is a prominent ridge within the Takshanuk Mountains, which rises northwest of Haines, Alaska and runs along the Haines Highway. While much of the hike is in the trees, once you reach the first bit of subalpine, the views over the Haines area are pretty spectacular with glacier covered peaks and the many inlets of the Lynn Canal. There are actually three potential access routes to the summit, the route described here is via Young Road and the most gradual and forgiving of the three.

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