This trail is actually on an old section of the Alaska Highway used before road crews cut a new road lower into the steep, bedrock hillside below. This section of the old highway will take you above “the cut” with a view down both direction of the current highway and across the MacDonald Valley.
While up at the viewpoint overlooking the cut, keep an eye out for stone sheep on the opposite hillside where they can often be found resting or foraging. There is also a large number of caribou that frequent the area and their tracks can be found along the entire route.
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Length: 6 km