We like the Yukon even better than Alaska for hiking. For one thing, the weather is better.
If you need some inspiration, click through to Zi-Ann Lum Yukon photo essay. 🙂
For the hiker, the Tombstone Mountains are an obvious attraction. It offers a dramatic feast for eyes — a range of wind-whipped granite cathedrals are overshadowed by a towering 500-metre vertical face. In August, the wild terrain changes hues: summer’s green moss fades into vibrant shades of gold and orange, broken up by ripples of crimson and the occasional mountain lake. …
More photos from our Tombstone mountains hike.
(via Dave Haley, organizer of that trip)