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    Good job! Montana Mountain, Carcross Yukon.

    If this area is not on your mountain bike bucket list it should be. Go ahead, drop it into the bucket and plan a road trip to the Yukon next summer, you will not regret it. The trails are Epic and on par with any thing in the western US. We hit Montana Mountain for a couple of days mid week and never saw another bike. Unbelievable.

    Thanks for watching the video, Chris.


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    Sweet, glad you liked it! Where did you guys come from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthony.delorenzo View Post
    Sweet, glad you liked it! Where did you guys come from?
    Anthony

    We are from the Anchorage area, a little burb called Chugiak. Are you a Whitehorse local? If so, thanks for the fantastic trails. We will be back next summer for more.

    Chris

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    Yeah, I live here. PM me next time you come, if I'm around we can hook up for a ride.

    It's a lot of volunteer work but the City of Whitehorse and the Carcross-Tagish First Nation both have paid trail crews. We're lucky to have a lot of support for mountain biking here.

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    Trails at Carcross and Whitehorse are certainly as good as anything you'll find in the rockies. Only made it up there once this summer, but hoping to do about three trips next year.

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    Word

    Truly, the drive isn't that big a deal either. We are down to 13 hours. I drove out of here at 6 one night this summer, took a nap while my buddy drove from 2 am until 7 or so, and we were rolling into Whitehorse in time for breakfast. After 3 trips there, still excited about riding that place. Grey Mountain "Money shot/EZ money, Girlfriend, to the Yukon River trail is an epic ride.
    "Having lack of self-preservation makes biking more fun."

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthony.delorenzo View Post
    Yeah, I live here. PM me next time you come, if I'm around we can hook up for a ride.

    It's a lot of volunteer work but the City of Whitehorse and the Carcross-Tagish First Nation both have paid trail crews. We're lucky to have a lot of support for mountain biking here.
    Thanks for the offer, I look forward to riding with you next summer.

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    sick vid... can't wait to make the trip next summer (and stop in FBX on the way back to hit Birch Knoll)

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