Explore the most popular snowshoeing trails in Yukon with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

21 hours ago

The glacier/ice bridge/cave is super neat and one of a kind, you can literally see it dissinegrating and melting in front of your eyes, so it feels absolutely stunning to be in its presence. Near the trailhead there is a sign saying a large chunk fell on April 2nd 2018 and it is dangerous to go inside, when you see huge chunks and rocks falling down in 10 minutes of being there you can see this is true, my fiance still went inside just for a minute. Be aware that (coming from an experienced hiker) this is a treacherous trail if you dont want to get wet, there are MANY cold river crossings if not frozen over, or dense bushwacking. No snow on the trail in July, but lots of bear poop, though we saw no wildlife.

on Fish Lake Loop

5 days ago

Great trail near from Whitehorse !

hiking
7 days ago

It’s amazing!

Great views of Whitehorse, Marsh Lake and Lake Laberge as well as south view towards Carcross. Definitely a worthwhile hike!

This was one of the best hikes I have ever done! We completed it in 2 days however those were long 12 Hour hiking days, it is recommended to do it in 3 days if you have the time.

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1 month ago

A great hike with awesome views. Still lots of snow, and lots of melting at the lower elevations. Saw some wild flowers and an eagle.

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Thursday, November 24, 2016

Check with Tombstone Interpretive center before hiking this trail as this is an important sheep habitat

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Saturday, November 19, 2016

The first leg of the trail starts in a forest you wouldn't think you were in the Yukon until about 3-4km in then its starts to open up losing all shelter from the trees. From here on out your completly exposed to the elements until you set up your tent. Grizzly lake site is a wonderful site with boards to set up your tent on.

The second leg starts up a trail is called Glissade Pass. The South side is quite steep muddy and grassy. Going down on the North side is all loose rock. Every step you slide down at least another 2-3 feet. After the Glissade Pass its smooth sailing. A few rolling hills but that's pretty much the extend of it

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Wednesday, November 23, 2016