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Yukon Territory  


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Location: 62.4717, -135.4395 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Peter Spindloe on Dec 29, 2010
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Looking back on the knife-edges at 11,700 ft

Description 

The Yukon Territory is one of Canada's three territories in the north. Similar to provinces, the territories are their own political jurisdictions.

From a climbing perspective, the Yukon is most famously the home of Mt. Logan, the highest peak in Canada.

If you have personal knowledge of the climbing in the Yukon let me know as I have added this area to MP.com as a placeholder.

Getting There 

Highway 97 from BC will take you there. There are regular flights to the city of Whitehorse.

Climbing Season



Weather station 52.3 miles from here

78 Total Routes

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Featured Route For Yukon Territory
Skiing up the Hubbard Glacier towards ABC at the foot of the south side headwall on the East Ridge.

East Ridge Easy 5th 1+ 3 I 5 M 1c AI2-3 Steep Snow  North America : Canada : ... : Mount Logan
East Ridge of the Logan Massif. Andy Williams' pilot (Donjek) will land you between 6,000 and 6,500 on the Hubbard Glacier. Some parties descend the East Ridge, others try to find Prospectors Pass (get the coordinates) and descend the Kings Trench....[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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