Whitehorse Copper Haul Trail Snowmobiling

The 3rd most popular snowmobile trail in Yukon Territory.

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Along the westside of Whitehorse, the Whitehorse Copper Trail is a section of the Trans Canada Trail that runs north-south through Whitehorse. It follows the old Copper Haul Road. The Whitehorse Copper Trail connects with several of the main multi-use trails that surround Whitehorse, including Fish Lake Road in the north and Wolf Creek in the south. This is a wide, easy route that is popular with families coming to enjoy Whitehorse snowmobiling.

Overall, Whitehorse Copper Haul Trail is the 3rd most popular snowmobile trail of all 8 snowmobiling rides in Yukon Territory. Several of the better snowmobile trails are nearby Whitehorse Copper Haul Trail including Dawson Overland Trail, Mt McIntyre Trail, McLean Lake Trail, Trans Canada Trail and Fish Lake Loop Trail.

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Local Contact(s):  Klondike Snowmobile Assoc. (867) 667-7680; Yukon Tourism (800) 78-YUKON; Checkered Flag Polaris, Whitehorse (867) 633-2627; Yukon Honda Ski-doo, Whitehorse (867) 668-4451; Yukon Yamaha (867) 668-2101; Listers Motor Sports Arctic Cat (867) 667-7491.

Best Season:  Nov. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Easy

Base Camp:  Yukon Inn, Whitehorse (867) 667-2527

Luxury Loding:  Spirit Lake Lodge, Carcross (867) 821-4337; Inn On The Lake, Whitehorse

Breakfast Restaurant:  Halls Family Restaurant, Whitehorse

Reference Source:  click here http://www.ksa.yk.ca/

GPS:  60.713544, -135.169675

Date Published:  12/29/2015

Date Updated:  8/8/2016

ID:  22139

Whitehorse Copper Haul Trail Snowmobiling Map

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