Established in 1972, this gem of a park covers 21,980 square kilometres in the south-west corner of the Yukon.
Wildlife of Kluane National Park
It is a land of precipitous mountains, the world's largest non-polar icefields and lush valleys where Dall's sheep, grizzly bears, moose, lynx, wolves, wolverines as well as golden and bald eagles, arctic terns and peregrine falcons thrive.
The park is home to Mount Logan which, at 5,959 m is Canada's highest peak and part of the dramatic St. Elias Mountains. The icefields, with glaciers more than a mile deep, are largely inaccessible but the green valleys offer a variety of walking trails for experienced hikers.
Stunning Kluane Lake is much more accessible, lying along the edge of the Alaska Highway just outside the park, and is framed by snow-capped mountains whose glaciers feed its ice-blue waters.
Suggested itineraries featuring Kluane National Park
Our itineraries will give you suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Kluane National Park, and they showcase routes we know work particularly well. Treat them as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely by one of our specialists.
Map of Kluane National Park
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Accommodation choices for Kluane National Park
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