cell-tower | Wild Camping

Canada

Details

Verified:
9 months ago
Altitude:
1295.8 masl
Contributor:
stefan.hoeh

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Not a bad spot at the end of the road. No services but a great view to the mountains and over the
city. The road up here is not maintained and a little bit bumpy but doable with 2wd, take it slow. Not
recommend for big rigs with low
clearance. The antenna-station make a
little sound but not really bad.

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The road up is rough, but a fun drive if your vehicle has a bit of clearance. 4wd probably recommended but definitely doable with 2wd in dry conditions. When I got to the top there was a Honda Fit that somehow made it up there so it's clearly a matter of skill and courage. The views are incredible and a great spot to spend the night around Whitehorse.

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amazing views, spending the night up here to watch the Northern lights in my Tacoma. can be windy, bring a toque!

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Be careful the access is tricky, the road is really rocky! I came here with a 4wd camper, according to me it is mandatory. Once at the top, it is perfect to do the hike to the Grey Mountain Summit and continue on the ridge (12km). There is a little noise but it is ok to sleep.

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Road is really bumpy, took us about an hour (to make sure the car doesn’t get destroyed) from Whitehorse with our high clearance 2wd.
3-4 vans fit, leveled enough for a night, but absolut worth the 360* view. Especially when it’s aurora borealis night.

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Pretty rough and overgrown road in spots. Needed 4x4 low and had to crawl up pretty slow at times in my F350 4WD with the truck house on the back. Still, the views were worth it and it’s a fun place to sleep for the night. Will likely do the hike along the ridge up to the summit of Grey Mountain in the morning if the weather is ok. Seems pretty popular with the locals.

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Not a bad spot at the end of the road. No services but a great view to the mountains and over the
city. The road up here is not maintained and a little bit bumpy but doable with 2wd, take it slow. Not
recommend for big rigs with low
clearance. The antenna-station make a
little sound but not really bad.

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