The Donjek loop (actually a U shape) is probably the most popular multi-day hiking route in the Yukon territory. It starts and ends near Kluane Lake with the key part being the Donjek Glacier about halfway through the route. Aside from old roads at the beginning and end of the trip, there are no trails or markers.
In 1997 Irene, Mary, and the two of us did the hike in nine days. We flew to Whitehorse where our friend Kirstie picked us up at the airport, let us stay at her house, and then drove us over three hours to the start point. Unfortunately Kirstie couldn’t come on the hike. At the end of the hike she drove all the way back to Kluane Lake to pick us up. Thanks Kirstie!
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