Distance: 20 km
Elevation Gain: 900 m (2953 ft)
Time: 7 hours
Region: Annie Lake
Date Added: August 2, 2008
Last Update: August 23, 2008
While on top of Tally-Ho mountain, you get a fantastic view down the Wheaton River valley. Bennett Lake can be seen from the top as well. The ridge around the summit is completely open alpine which makes exploring easy. It is also prime habitat for caribou, which can often be seen near the summit.
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From Whitehorse, drive south to the Carcross Cutoff and turn right onto the Klondike Highway. Drive south for about 17 km and turn right onto the Annie Lake road. After 26 km you will cross a bridge over the Wheaton River. Drive another 6 km to a large pull-out on the left side.
The trail is actually a road which continues from the parking spot. This road continues into the subalpine and can be followed into a couple of alpine areas. After 1 km you will reach a fork in the road. The right side ascends and the left side descends - stay left.
After a total of about 8 kms you will leave the road and turn left, straight up the steep ridge. There is no trail to the top from here, but it is mostly alpine so you can pick your own way up.
There are fine views once at the top. Continue following the ridge to the summit. Watch out for caribou, hidden behind the rocks!
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