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Kluane National Park and Reserve

#1 of 9 things to do in Haines Junction Features Animals
280 Alaska Highway, Haines Junction, Yukon Y0B 1L0, Canada
+1 867-634-7207
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Kluane is a breath-taking, but remote National Park. There are two campsites, Kathleen Lake and Millionaire Falls.

Basically, the west side of the Alaska Hwy, and Haines Hwy to the border of British Columbia. Lots... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Robert T
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Hamilton, Canada
Breathtaking!!

There are just no words to describe the beauty of this park. You can reach it on the Alaska Highway... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
HaNosseah
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Basel, Switzerland
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This huge park is well-known for its fantastic scenic landscape and its excellent opportunities for recreational activities.
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1 week ago
“Breathtaking!!”
3 weeks ago
“Spectacular scenery. Terrific Visitors' Center”
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280 Alaska Highway, Haines Junction, Yukon Y0B 1L0, Canada
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+1 867-634-7207
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Basically, the west side of the Alaska Hwy, and Haines Hwy to the border of British Columbia. Lots of mountain views, although somewhat inaccessible, unless you're a hiker.

Thank Robert T
Reviewed 1 week ago

There are just no words to describe the beauty of this park. You can reach it on the Alaska Highway from Whitehorse or driving from Haines or Skagway in Alaska. We took a number of short hikes in the park, the longest was four hours...More

Thank HaNosseah
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We travelled though and stayed at campgrounds going to and from Haines, AK. The snowcapped mountains, the beautiful lakes and spruce interspersed with the spring greens of aspens and cottonwoods was breathtaking. The Visitor Center was extremely well done and the video presentation contained some...More

2  Thank Deb S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Do not miss the opportunity to stop and look at the exhibits in the visitor center, outstanding video and helpful staff. My husband is drooling to come back and do some hiking in this park. There is also a smaller visitor center set up for...More

1  Thank Texans112
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lakes, rest stops, points of interest, campgrounds or pull outs. All are clean, attended & beautiful!

1  Thank monagle
Reviewed 21 January 2017

It had the best views and amazing culture its my favorite place i would want to visit. My friends and i had such a blast there were lots of hiking trails to choose from.

2  Thank Skylineaddict1746
Reviewed 26 November 2016

How does one begin to describe a too-short visit to part of the largest international UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its Visitor Centre. Half a day can easily be spent at the latter, and two short hikes another day. The Rock Glacier climb, 40 km...More

4  Thank Billitchyfeet
Reviewed 2 October 2016

What's not to love? 17 of Canada's 20 tallest peaks, glaciers and icefalls everywhere you look, wildlife and beauty galore. Would go back in a heartbeat!

2  Thank MJBlazingTrails
Reviewed 28 September 2016

Wow, I fell in love with this Nat'l park. Too bad we could not spend more time. Home of the highest peaks in Canada, some amazing glaciers and great hiking. I wish I could go back soon!

2  Thank Gilles L
Reviewed 26 September 2016 via mobile

I loved the park, the vistas are great. I would love to come back to this park with more time and to do some overnight visits. It was a little challenging with a rental car to keep the kilometres under the allowed - and to...More

3  Thank Sara S
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Dulciano C
Hello. I will be in the Yukon on September 1-5, 2016. I would like to go hiking at Kluane National Park for one or two days. Is there anyone here who is planning a hike for no more than two days within the dates above? If so, contact me please. I am looking for a hiking partner ( or partners) for safety reason. Cheers, Dulciano.
19 August 2016|
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Response from SNG56 | Reviewed this property |
Please make sure you get bear spray and make noise while on the trail; bells are utterly useless. I was there in July with my husband and we hiked on our own and there was no problem. However the bears might be more active... More
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ANNETTE F
Hi, we're thinking of visiting Kluane National Park sometime next year and were wondering if the hiking trails are safe to do on your own or would you recommend a guide? Did you feel safe on the trails or were you constantly concerned about grizzly bears? As far as distance goes, we'd just be doing day hikes say 4-6 hours long. Thanks for the input.
6 November 2015|
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Response from Wes D | Reviewed this property |
Hello Annette We hiked on of the 5km trails(one way) last August and really enjoyed it. My wife and I are both 50ish. The scenery was incredible and we had great weather. My wife didn't notice the plaque commemorating a... More
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Judith C
I am flying in to Whitehorse but no rental cars are available to get me to Haines Junction and Kluane. Is there any bus transportation, even just to Haines Junction?
21 July 2015|
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Response from piercesmom | Reviewed this property |
I'd ask to be placed on a cancellation list as I find it hard to believe that you weren't able to get something from Budget. If you want to go bigger and have something to camp in try Cannadream. I believe that Subaru also... More
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