Above, unloading people and bikes from my pickup, at the 5,500-foot level
on Montana Mountain.
Below, the 1905-era mining pack trails provide great biking routes
high above Tagish Lake.
We had sun, we had rain, and we even had snow showers for a few minutes.
Below, rain showers and the White Mountain Range make a dramatic backdrop
for a rider. From here, they dropped down to the South Klondike Highway
on a trail that follows one of the best-preserved aerial tramways in
North America (featured in a Riding the High Wire, published in 2001 by the
University Press of Colorado). The trail is being promoted by Wayne Roberts
of Fireweed Hikes & Bikes, who coordinated this day on the mountain.
Photos are ©2001-2007 by Murray Lundberg