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Hikers of all ages and inclinations find paradise in the miles of trails surrounding the Outpost.

Paths of cedar boardwalk, trails through ancient forest cathedrals and lush fern gardens, and abandoned roads deep in the rainforest, showcase old-growth, new growth, and re-forested landscapes and abundant wildlife.

A popular day-trek traverses Outpost property, crosses a rope suspension bridge and leads guests into beautiful Strathcona Provincial Park - a mecca for backcountry and alpine hikers.

A lovely hike for families is through Outpost property and up along the Bedwell River bed - the same path that early explorers took en-route to discovering gold. Still, guests can pan for gold ore in the river's sandy shallows.

A short hike in takes explorers to the site of "Bear City", an abandoned and over-grown mining town of some repute, that boomed many times between the Great Yukon Rush and 1939, when Chinese workers fled the mines they believed were cursed.