James made sure to take the male role for this photo. Kenny didn't seem to concerned. We'd just finished riding the trails up above Dawson City, off the Dome. Dawson City is very lucky to have a semi retired National Parks Trail Manager living there: Alex Brook. He manages the Heritage Sites Program, which involves hiring summer students to help maintain the various sites and build new stuff, like trails. He's been in the trails business for over 30 years, mainly with Parks Canada in Yoho, Kootenay and Banff Parks, and he also managed the West Coast Trail for 10 years. Since coming to the Yukon he has helped start a local trails club. For the “Dive the Dome” (first authorized MTB trail) he has helped secure funding and resources and provided overall management, although he says for the most part he has left the design and actual building up to the youth.
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James made sure to take the male role for this photo. Kenny didn't seem to concerned. We'd just finished riding the trails up above Dawson City, off the Dome. Dawson City is very lucky to have a semi retired National Parks Trail Manager living there: Alex Brook. He manages the Heritage Sites Program, which involves hiring summer students to help maintain the various sites and build new stuff, like trails. He's been in the trails business for over 30 years, mainly with Parks Canada in Yoho, Kootenay and Banff Parks, and he also managed the West Coast Trail for 10 years. Since coming to the Yukon he has helped start a local trails club. For the “Dive the Dome” (first authorized MTB trail) he has helped secure funding and resources and provided overall management, although he says for the most part he has left the design and actual building up to the youth.

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