A little guidance in a wild landscape.
November 20, 2023
Anon on Denver Glacier
The trail can be used in the wintertime, but since passengerless train operations still go beyond the summer tourist season, I would suggest talking with WPYR so you know what their plans are for the day with going up and down the tracks that you need to follow. Takes only an hour to two hours to wa...
November 13, 2023
Andy on Tina Creek
Hiked the area on July 2/23. Left the trail and hiked the rocky hills to the north. Easy open hiking. Lovely country, although the cloud cover discouraged any view of the surrounding mountains. And, the drive down from Haines Junction was also lovely.
October 14, 2023
Keith Cruz on Ibex Ridge
When a Yukoner says "There are some rougher and rutted sections of the road, so a vehicle with good clearance is nice to have," what they mean is: rutted roads, so have a vehicle with good clearance i.e. an SUV at minimum or better yet, a truck you have to climb onto. My fellow southerners (looking ...
October 1, 2023
Keith Cruz on Kujo Ridge
Did this hike September 23, 2023. Great hike! I didn't go all the way up the summit as about 3/4 up there's a nice plateau to take pictures from. I unfortunately lost my car keys somewhere in this hike, so if you see it, please email me at email@example.com. its a Subaru key. Thanks!
October 1, 2023
Keith Cruz on Mount Lorne
Did the hike on Sept 30, 2023, out-and-back to the summit. If you ever get lost, remember the creek down the valley: it will take you to the highway. The first part of the trail is super chill: wide clear paths in the dark spruce, with signs of maintenance. Then there's a steep unrelenting slope up ...