- Lies below Sapper Hill, a collection of dolomite cliffs. The route to the cliffs is a popular day hike.
- Sapper is the nickname for army engineers and the hill is named in honour of the Third Royal Canadian Army Engineers who constructed the Ogilvie Bridge.
- The Gwich'in name Chü Akan means "beaver house mountain." It refers to a story about ancient giant beavers in the area.
- The creek's Gwich'in name, Chuu Ts'ann Njik, means "smelly water creek."
- You can often see peregrine falcons and golden eagles at the cliffs.
Bear proof garbage bins
Blue bear-proof recycling bins
Bear proof cache
Viewing structures or signage about local cultural and natural history