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April 17, 2019 
Deb on International Falls

Has anyone been there in the last few weeks? Any idea if the trail is still snow covered or wet, etc.? Thanks. Read More

April 16, 2019 
Cath on Grey Mountain

Went Saturday April 13th. There's still some snow at some parts, but not much, so you don't need snowshoes or anything. Just be sure you have good winter hiking boots. You tend to lose sight of the trail sometimes, because of the snow and the mud. However, pretty nice hike! The view is awesome and ... Read More

March 31, 2019 
Liz B on Caribou Mountain

My husband and I hiked Caribou on March 31st. The trail is almost entirely free of snow, no need for spikes. The distance listed is bang on, 8km return. The elevation gain is closer to 1250m if you factor in all the ups and downs throughout the hike. There are some steep sections along this hike... Read More

March 29, 2019 
Stephanie on St. Elias Lake

Did this hike on March 26 and the trail had a good snow pack. The trail had some flooding/ice for the first kilometre. Just after the first kilometre mark there is a big flooded area. Unpassable. May have to wait a bit for this hike.  Read More

March 29, 2019 
Sara D. on Sheep Creek

Great hike! Hiked this on March 24th, 2019. We didn't hike the entire way because of time constraints but the view was still amazing. The gate was locked so we had to walk from there to the trail head (4 km). I think we only hiked to the first viewpoint. After that there was too much snow and sn... Read More

March 29, 2019 
Sara D. on Mount Ripinski

Amazing hike! Hiked this on March 2, 2019. Took about 4.5 hours. There was a bit of ice on the trail from the beginning and then packed snow towards the top. No snowshoes or crampons needed though. A must-do when in Haines! 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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