Dena Cho Trail
Dena Cho Trail
Campbell Street (Campbell Region Interpretive Centre)
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Connecting the communities of Ross River and Faro, this seasonal 67.6 km multi-use recreation trail provides scenic eco-regions along the way, camping areas, and an opportunity to check out the longest suspension bridge in the Yukon at the Ross River side. Hikes can start at either end; however, since it is a wilderness trail and not all directional signage is in place they highly suggest registering at the Campbell Region Interpretive Centre on Campbell Street in Faro or making sure that someone knows your plans. There is no drinking water available on the trail (boil creek/river water at least 10 minutes before drinking). Dogs are allowed on the trail and should be leashed unless they are under strict voice control.
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