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Winter Hiking, Snowshoeing, and Skiing

Let's face it, for almost 8 months of the year, mountains in the Yukon are covered in snow. If you want to be outdoors in the Yukon wilderness beyond the 4 snow-free months of the year, you need to e...

Hiking in the Fall Shoulder Season

When the snow starts hitting the ground, you might feel like it's time to hang up the hiking boots until next year. But wait! There's no need to hibernate yet! Even with snow in the mountains, there ...

Bear Facts

If you hike a lot in the Yukon, the chances are you will eventually come across a bear. It can be an exhilarating experience watching a bear from a safe distance. But what if you surprise a bear or cr...

Backcountry Weather

Mountain weather can change rapidly and frequently. While you're taking photos on that sunny peak, a weather system can roll in from seamingly nowhere and dump rain on you - even if there were no clou...