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October 18, 2019 
Manon on Upper Dewey Lake

Hiked this trail back in June of 2017 and found it very, very hard. Luckily for us we had rented the cabin for the night, otherwise I would not have been able to come back the same day. The trail was much longer than I expected. After reading everyone's comments, I'm wondering if there is only on... Read More

October 15, 2019 
MJB on Chilkoot Trail

I hiked about 1.25 hours in (and then back) on the Chilkoot Trail starting in Dyea (Skagway) on October 8th, 2019. Even though there was quite a bit of snow in the Yukon on the day I drove in, there was none on the Alaska end of the trail. I stopped in Skagway and spoke with a park ranger first, w... Read More

October 15, 2019 
MJB on St. Elias Lake

I went to this trail on October 9th, 2019. There had been quite a bit of snowfall in this part of the Yukon on Oct 6th, and most of it was still remaining here. I found there was about 7-9 inches on the trail. I had snow boots on and that was helpful, but the traction was low due to the snow. It ... Read More

September 29, 2019 
@whereisuzie on King's Throne

Summited Kings Throne Oct 28. Its a gorgous time of year up there but the trail is a bit slippery, a fair bit of snow accumulating, knee deep in some places. Id recommend crampons for anyone heading up next weekend.  Read More

September 28, 2019 
Alastair Cook on Outhouse Hill

It's always great to do a hike you've never done before, and especially up in the White Pass area. The day was on the cool side, but gloriously sunny, which for me is an ideal combination. The trail is somewhat vague, but as long as you know which general direction you are heading in, you will be OK... Read More

September 21, 2019 
FrozenFella on Laughton Glacier

I think it’s amazing we have a choice of several whistlestop trailheads available to us so close! A buddy and I rented the cabin here for two nights and were able to explore all over the area at leisure. The NPS & Forest Service provide an excellent experience with their trail maintenance and cab... 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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