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King Soloman's Dome

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a fairly well maintained route -- some gravel, some dirt lots of hardpack. stay away in the rain, and watch for bears. -- great scenery bring a camera, and remember in the yukon summer days last about 20 - 22 hours and it really doesn't get dark until August.
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Trail Directions
From Dawson Take Hwy 2 south (towards Whitehorse) turn right at Soloman's Dome road about 40 km form Dawson a good uphill ride.
Trail Length
32 km
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
Dawson City

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Review Date
February 3, 2000

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: JP , from guelph, ON, Canada

the ride out took about 10 hours, and to get home about 5 hours. there are some great descents (i wish i had better brakes) with 90s and bush/trees at the bottom (beware)and a couple of long uphills. Technical sections are few, but very fast. overall it's amazing. nothing will ever beat the 2 am sunset. it definitely is the ride of a lifetime. bring lots of water, when the sun comes out it gets really hot fast. oh yeah be one the lookout i rode halfway home with bent rims.

Recommended Route:
grab a map at the trailhead (the top of King Soloman's Dome) and go from there

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Midnight dome rode -- over 2000 ft vertical in less than 5 km. (for you americans that just over 2 miles)

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