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Suggested Page Improvements to Rusted Goat Wall


Alex Charron
Jul 3, 2018
Getting There Suggestion
Park your car at the parking lot on your right, 4km down the road to Atlin, near the boat launch. From here it is a 1hr hike to the base of the climbs following a route marked with flagging tape.

Cross the road and go up the first slope heading North-East. Once near the top of the slope, pay attention for the orange flagging which begins here. The trail follows relatively flat ground for the first part, but will eventually head up the slope to the right, and get very steep near the end. Keep looking for the orange flags which will lead you all the way to the bottom of the climbs.

GPS recommended for first time out.

NAD 83: N 60 18 13.4 and W 133 58 01.6

Yannick Gingras
Aug 2, 2019
Getting There Suggestion
Park your car at the parking lot on your right, 4km down the road to Atlin, near the boat launch. From here it is a 1hr hike to the base of the climbs following a route marked with flagging tape.

Cross the road and go up the first slope heading North-East. Once near the top of the slope, pay attention for the orange flagging which begins here. The trail follows relatively flat ground for the first part, but will eventually head up the slope to the right, and get very steep near the end. Keep looking for the orange flags which will lead you all the way to the bottom of the climbs.

GPS recommended for first time out (60.303537, -133.966913).  Here is a GPS track of the trail: https://www.dropbox.com/s/q6yrrl71mhstb9h/rusted-goat-wall-trail.kml?dl=0


Yannick Gingras
Aug 2, 2019
New Location: Lat 60.30354, Lon -133.96689

Thor Mountainside
May 27, 2020
New Left-to-Right Route Sort

John Serjeantson
Jun 28, 2022
New Left-to-Right Route Sort

Hannes Schraft
Jun 5, 2023
It might be good to add something asking climbers to refrain from climbing at Rusted Goat Wall from April 1st to June 15th because goats use the area for lambing. Yukonhiking.ca has something similar asking hikers to stay off the trail during that period. We topped out on Chʼáagu Chʼáakʼ yesterday and scared off a nanny goat with a tiny kid.
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