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Paint Mountain - Hiking

Yukon, Canada

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Why choose a trail at Paint Mountain?

Point Mountain Mausoleum (now abandoned) sits at the top of Point Mountain in Hancock, NY (overlooking the Delaware River and neighboring Pennsylvania). It was built as the memorial and final resting spot for Dr. Lester E. Woolsey (1872-1962) in the 1940s to house his remains. The mausoleum lies empty today. Dr. Woolsey was the longtime Delaware County coroner who had practiced medicine in Hancock since 1901. Dr. Woolsey was buried there only a few years, until the structure could not be properly protected and all the bodies that were entombed there were removed. Dr. Woolsey's remains were removed to Old Colonial Mausoleum, Union Dale, Pa.

The Paint Mountain is located in the Yukon Territory of Canada. It is a small mountain, only reaching an elevation of 2,392 feet (719 meters). Despite its small stature, the mountain is a popular destination for climbers and hikers. The mountain is known for its colorful rock formations, which are caused by the presence of various minerals in the area. The most common colors are red, orange, and yellow, but there are also shades of green and blue. The Paint Mountain is a beautiful sight to behold, and it is well worth the effort to climb to the summit.

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What are the coordinates and address of Paint Mountain?

Paint Mountain
Paint Mountain, Yukon Y0B 1V0, Canada

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Starting Point

The Paint Mountain trails are located in the community of Haines Junction, Yukon. To get to the start of the trails, take the Alaska Highway to Haines Junction and turn onto the Klondike Highway. The Paint Mountain trailhead is located about 2 km from the junction.

Why visit Paint Mountain

The Paint Mountain in Yukon is a great place to visit because it is a beautiful mountain that is covered in colorful paint. The paint was put on the mountain by artists who were inspired by the natural beauty of the mountain. The Paint Mountain is also a great place to hike, and there are some great views from the top of the mountain.

Is Paint Mountain in Yukon a good place for the whole family?

There is no definitive answer to this question since what may be a good place for one family may not be ideal for another. Some factors to consider when deciding if Paint Mountain is a good place for your family include the level of difficulty of the hike, the distance of the hike, and the availability of amenities at the summit.

Things not to be missed

Near Paint Mountain in Yukon, the best activities include hiking, camping, and fishing.

1. Dog sledding: A truly unique experience, dog sledding is a must-do near Paint Mountain in Yukon.

2. Ice fishing: Fishing on a frozen lake is a fun and challenging winter activity.

3. Cross-country skiing: Explore the wilderness around Paint Mountain on cross-country skis.

4. Snowshoeing: A great way to explore the area's snowy landscapes is on snowshoes.

5. Wildlife watching: There is abundant wildlife to be seen near Paint Mountain, so keep your eyes peeled!

Where to eat?

1. The Klondike Rib & Salmon BBQ Shack

2. The Gold Rush Cafe

3. The Sourdough Saloon

4. The Dog House Cafe

5. The Yukon Bistro

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