Web Extra - Winter Hiking Links & Info


Here is a breakdown of where to go this winter, whether you’re hiking or skiing.

Click on the name of the trail to link to more details:

• Ascend Grey Mountain and snowshoe along the open, snowy ridge.
• Head up Coal Lake Road to the windswept landscape around Golden Horn.
• Try the Fish Lake trail, offering stunning mountain vistas.
• For backcountry skiers, try Summit Creek Hill or Log Cabin Mountain.
• Advanced skiers can head to Feather Peak or Mount Cleveland area.

Haines Junction
• The Auriol trail is an easy hike, although it often remains in the shadow of the
rugged Auriol Range Mountains during mid-winter.

Mount Lorne
Mount Lorne is a leisurely snowshoe, and you can hike most of the way up.
• For more elevation, hike to the peak of Caribou Mountain for a sweeping view of
Bennett Lake and Montana Mountain.

• White Pass towards Skagway, you can ski up Summit Creek for as long as you like
amongst the gorgeous Coast Mountains.

• Towards the Haines Pass is the Samuel Glacier trail, which is nestled behind
Nadahini Mountain.


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