Yukon Hiking

A little guidance in a wild landscape.

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October 11, 2022
KKJ on Paint Mountain
Trail is in good condition but recent conditions have made for some slippery sections/ erosion. Trail can be completed in way less time than the estimated four hours but moist conditions require caution.
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October 9, 2022
CM on King's Throne
Did this on Oct 8th during an unusually warm spell this October. Zero snow on the hike up the east ridge, excellent traction since the ground was still damp from melting of recent dustings. Visibility from the top was superb, the Hubbard massif was awesome. No snow at all until the recent (but melti...
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October 7, 2022
jeanne on Mount Perkins
A fantastic hike, with stellar views. Albeit the flagging is becoming faded but certainly an asset. The only consideration - allow for 7 - 7.5 hours to the summit & return.
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October 4, 2022
Pippa Lawson on Cottonwood Trail
If you want to camp after Dalton Pass and before Mush Lake Road (as we did), there are not many good options once the road descends into higher bushes. As Parks notes, there is an old camp partway down in the trees, just off the road. The camp is located in a long, relatively flat, open and grassy...
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October 4, 2022
Pippa Lawson on Jackson Ridge
By walking a couple hundred metres further along the road (past the flagged turnoff point), you can avoid bushwhacking and rocks - there’s a wide open grassy route (old ATV track) that leads right up to the ridge, albeit further north. Easy walking!
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