New maps are now online…
- City of Whitehorse Multi-Use Trail Maps: The City of Whitehorse has several trail maps posted on their website, including the Motorized Multi-Use Trail network map both as an online viewing file and a downloadable KML file for use with Google Earth. Check it out any time at https://www.whitehorse.ca/departments/parks-and-community-development/trails/maps.
- Polaris Ride Command: The Klondike Snowmobile Association and the City of Whitehorse have entered the Whitehorse area multi-use trails into Polaris Ride Command, and the K.S.A. is working on adding more Yukon trails soon. Polaris Ride Command is an app that can be used on your mobile device and also works on your home computer. Maps are accessed through internet and can be used either online when internet access is available or downloaded and saved on your device for later use in areas without internet service. The Polaris Ride Command app also has additional features including trail condition viewing and reporting, ride tracking and sharing, vehicle maintenance tracking, and more. Most features do require an account to use however it is easy and free to set one up. Check it out today at https://ridecommand.polaris.com.
- BRP GO!: BRP has also introduced a new app with maps and many other great features, and the Klondike Snowmobile Association is working on adding Yukon trails to their map section. We’ll let you know when they’re ready so stay tuned!
Printed maps still available:
Some of our older paper maps are still available, and copies are free for Klondike Snowmobile Association members while supplies last. Please contact us if you would like one.
Trans Canada Trail – Southern Lakes Region
Trans Canada Trail – Dawson Overland Trail
Trans Canada Trail – Dempster Highway
Haines Summit Area
Whitehorse Area Map: