Every woman should, at least once in her life, experience nature in its most raw and rugged beauty, in the company of other women, experiencing her own primal essence as powerful and wise as Mother Nature herself!
July 1st to July 8, 2017! And June 17th to 24th! We are looking for 8 adventurous women to join us July 2017 for 8 days of exploring the amazing Chilkoot Trail. Download PDFfor more details.
Even though the walk start is in July, we want to have the group connected and make sure we are all in great hiking shape - keeping each other supported with check in's on our exercise and conditioning programs in a private FaceBook group. So not only do we have a great hike planned, but we gain daily fitness habits, accountability partners, open forums for questions on the trip and the excitement of building a great week together, building friendships with new people before we spend 8 days together soaking in nature.
The dates of the hike are as follows for the 2017 hike: July 1st - July 8th, 2017 And we have added a second hike: June 17th to 24th, 2017
After the hike -- you can tell all your friends what a great time you had, share your memories, plan your next adventure with us! We go all over the world -- and we would love to keep the group connected and keep our fitness training group going for an entire year - so we don't lose the momentum of taking care of our health.
COST OF THE TRIP The 8 day experience with Feet On The Ground Adventures is $1500.00 (CAD) + your flights to Whitehorse from your location.
The Chilkoot Trail is a 33-mile trail through the Coast Mountains . This trip is perfect for those wishing to enjoy the splendor of the Yukon Wilderness while traveling a historic route. There are numerous historical sites, as well as opportunities to view wildlife such as bear, wolf, moose, mink, wolverine, eagles, hawks and waterfowl.
The Chilkoot Trail was designated a national historic site because of the role it played in the mass movement of people to the Yukon during the Klondike Gold Rush. It protects the historic gateway to the Yukon once trod by Tlingit First Nation traders and Klondike Gold Rush stampeders.