Trail conditions listed here are for reference only, actual conditions will vary.
Please respect all trail users and give right-of-way to groomers.
|Trail / District:||Condition:||Notes:|
|Atlin Area||Fair||As of 27 Feb 2013: Spruce Creek access is very rough. Alpine area has 2-5 feet of sugary snow.|
|Canol Road||No Report|
|Coal Lake Road||No Report||Caution trail damage around beaver dam.|
|Coal Lake Road to Fish Lake||No Report|
|Copper Haul Road
(Fish Lake Rd – McLean Lake Trail)
|No Report||Open to wheeled traffic for the summer.
New gate installed at trail heads at Fish Lake Road and Mt Sima Road to be closed for the winter, but there is still enough room for sleds to get by. Also gravel pit road above Lobird is now gated, please use McLean Lake Trail.
|Copper Haul Road
(McLean Lake Trail – Mt. Sima Road)
|Copper Haul Trail
(Mt Sima Road – Mt Sima via the trail)
|No Report||When heading south turn right off Copper Haul just before Mt. Sima Road, follow the signs, trail then rejoins road shortly before Mt. Sima Ski Hill parking lot.|
|Copper Haul Trail
(Mt Sima Road – Mt Sima along the road)
|Copper Haul Trail
(Mt Sima – Wolf Creek)
|No Report||New bridges over Sima Creek and Wolf Creek on Copper Haul Trail are now open for use.|
|Copper Haul/Fish Lake Road to Trails North||No Report|
|Crater Lake Trail||No Report|
|Dawson City Area||No Report|
|Dawson Overland Trail
(Whitehorse – Braeburn)
|No Report||On 10 Mar 2013 the trial was bumpy for the first section from staging area and again quite rough for the last 20 miles or so into Braeburn, but otherwise in good shape. Snow is hard packed but lots of soft areas either side of trail. There was one spot of open water but the trail easily skirted around it.|
|Haeckel Hill Access Road||No Report|
|Haines Junction Area||No Report|
|Haines Summit Area||No Report|
|Hamilton Blvd Trail||Plowed|
|Hamilton Blvd to Kopper King||No Report|
|Hamilton Blvd through tunnel to Airport||No Report||Caution icy overflow between Hamilton Blvd trail and tunnel. Gate at tunnel open for the winter season. Please use caution and go slow as lots of kids, hikers and dog walkers in this area.|
|Jackson Lake Trail||No Report|
|Mayo Area||No Report|
|McLean Lake Trail||No Report|
|McIntyre Accent||No Report|
|McIntyre Accent to Mt. Sima
(Above Copper Haul)
|McIntyre to Fish Lake||No Report|
|McIntyre Valley – Alaska Hwy – Copper Trail||No Report||Entrance is through Raven’s Ridge at the top end of War Eagle Way.|
|Porter Creek – Kopper King||No Report|
|Skagway Summit Area||No Report||Please note some weekends are non-motorized only in the Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site (this includes loading/unloading at Log Cabin), see our Events page for details and the schedule.|
|Watson Lake Area||No Report|
|Wolf Creek to Mary Lake||No Report|
The K.S.A. grooms these trails for the City of Whitehorse:
|Trans Canada Trail - Two Mile Hill to Riverdale
|Crestview Walking Trail
|Airport Perimeter Trail||No Report||Caution multiple unmarked sections along the cliffs that are extremely narrow & avalanche prone.|
- Last updated: 09 Apr 2013.
- Please report trail conditions to (867)-667-7680 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The trail conditions listed above can only be as accurate and up to date as riders like you help us make them. Also please report any damaged or stolen signs etc., the sooner we know the sooner our volunteers can fix them.
- Respect all trail users…
The vast majority of the trails in the Yukon are considered “multi-use”. This means they are open to snowmobilers, skiiers, dog sledders, ATVers, bikers, hikers, and everything in between. Please respect all the user groups, and slow down and give extra room when passing others on the trails.
- Please give right-of-way to groomers…
Sleds towing groomers are far heavier and less maneuverable than most other sleds on the trail. For the safety of both yourself and our volunteers please slow down and give them the right of way. Also be aware that our groomers may be on any of our trails, at any time of day or night.
- Please note wheeled vehicles (light trucks, ATVs, side by sides, dirtbikes, etc.) are not allowed on the trails from November 1st to March 31st each year. All it takes is one wheeled vehicle to ruin a trail’s snow base for everyone else.
- For gate access please call us at 667-7680. Every year countless volunteer hours and donated funds are wasted repairing and replacing torn down gates, meanwhile there was a perfectly good key sitting beside a perfectly good phone.
- Interested in Grooming? Trail repairs? We can always use your help!
Call us at (867) 667-7680 or email us at email@example.com today!
What the conditions mean:
No Report: No recent reports have been recieved about this trail.
Closed: Snowmobiling not recommended, dangerous and/or no snow.
No Snow: As of last report there is not enough snow to go snowmobiling here.
Plowed: This trail has been plowed to the point of having little or no snow.
Open: Trail(s) are in a rideable condition.
Limited: Trail is open but expect little snow, no base, extreme caution advised.
Marginal: Base on trail, but little snow and/or very rough. Travel off trail in this area is not advised.
Rough: Base on trail, but it may be a rough ride. Travel off trail in this area is not recommended.
Fair: Trail is in reasonably good condition but expect some bumps. Travel off trail with caution in most areas.
Good: Base on trail, recently groomed, lots of snow. Travel off trail should be ok in most areas.
Excellent: Conditions are perfect.