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November 20, 2017 
Kevin on Mount Lorne

Hiked to the first summit yesterday. Light breeze and cloudless sky, but very cold. Trail was pretty easy to follow past the cabin despite lack of tracks. Brought snowshoes but left them at cabin as it didn't look like we'd need them. Some stretches of knee-deep snow just above treeline, but sno... Read More

November 14, 2017 
kyliestravel on Log Cabin Mountain

First time hiking this on Saturday (snowshoeing I should say). I wanted to check out what was happening with the conditions and well, didn't get out of the alpine! I tried utilising this information and the White Pass book information to no avail. There are 2 avalanche signs, not one. There is one a... Read More

November 13, 2017 
Bob G. on Mount Hinton

Was there in June, camped at keno campgrounds, trail was great, very senic and lots of old mining sites. Loved the museum in Keno, the few people we met were great, very friendly Read More

November 13, 2017 
MM on Nares Mountain

Saw a group of sheep low on the ridge on Saturday, so opted to go up the right ridge instead so as not to disturb them. Lost the trail a few times through the trees and under the snow, but otherwise pretty straightforward. Read More

November 5, 2017 
Jack on King's Throne

Is this still a safe hike for november? Read More

November 5, 2017 
Jack on King's Throne

I've never done this one but I'm thinking of going this weekend if you're interested Jane. 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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