On the Trail of Sam McGee

It was a great day of hiking today along the Sam McGee Trail, just south of Carcross, Yukon. The trail was developed to allow for the use of a tramway, built by Sam McGee in 1905 to service a silver mine. Much of the cable and some of the ore buckets are still there.


It’s a bit of a climb (9 km. of pretty much up) but worth it to see the view over Windy Arm and the surrounding area.

I am watching you.
Still some ice on the lake.


We didn’t make it to the very top since there was still quite a bit of snow up high, but that gives us an excuse to return again later in the summer.


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