Kluane National Park and Reserve

Kluane National Park and Reserve

Kluane National Park and Reserve
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Tin Tin
Paris, France25 contributions
Aug 2022 • Couples
After a long trip on the Yukon river we decided to test ourselves on the most difficult trek of the state : the Donjek Trail !
Reputation well deserved !!
8 days of immersion into a deep and intense nature, following only map & gps, as guests on bear territory !
Thanks again to Park Canada team for their time & advice !
Written 10 September 2022
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John P
3 contributions
Jun 2022
Make sure you go to the visitor centres before visiting. The Parks Canada staff can't do enough to help and will advise on routes and they have a really good park map which you can buy for $12. If going to Kaskawulsh glacier allow a few days and make sure everybody in your group is reasonably fit.
Written 6 August 2022
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christinern
Vancouver, Canada296 contributions
Jul 2022
An absolutely beautiful national park that is 80% glacier! Located in the Yukon, the park receives only a few thousand tourists a year. Jagged peaks, lakes, glaciers, and forests abound. Something for everyone to enjoy. The landscape is rugged and unspoiled. So much opportunity to try something new and see a new piece of the world. Amazing! Especially on a blue sky day!
Written 1 August 2022
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Arthur M
Hamilton, Canada811 contributions
Sep 2021 • Family
While we didn't have the luxury of flying over the world's largest non-polar icefield and landing near Mt. Logan, our experience in the park was absolutely memorable. The drive along the Alaska Highway itself was beautiful on its own.

We wanted to explore the Thechal Dhal visitor centre but looks like it was closed. We actually came in at the last day it was supposed to open according to the Parks Canada website. So that's surprising.

We hiked a few trails such as Rock Glacier, Kokanee, Soldier's summit and Sheep Creek. The view at Sheep Creek trail is unparalleled. As you go up that trail, don't forget to look back, and especially around 1/3 of the way up when you're above the tree line and you get this epic view of the Slims River valley. Very well recommended!

We also met a really nice park ranger while we were picnicking at the parking lot and to our surprise, there are no entrance fees. We were concerned we would be ticketed for not paying, but the ranger gladly explained day users don't need to pay and the permits on some vehicles were overnight and multi-day hikers. One great feature for the Northern parks.
Written 30 September 2021
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J B
Kelowna, Canada111 contributions
Sep 2021
The park has many interesting trails for walkers or hikers such as Kathleen Lake, Alsek valley, and Sheep Creek. Beautiful scenery!
Written 25 September 2021
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Ben B
Calgary, Canada14,324 contributions
Sep 2021
Kluane has something for everyone. If you're looking for a picnic spot next to a beautiful lake, it has these. If you're looking for interesting hikes, it has those too. And if you're looking for high adventure, this is the place to come. We were in the Yukon only for a short while, but wanted to get to a mountain summit, so we chose the King's Throne hike. For the picnickers, you can settle down next to Kathleen Lake. For the hikers who want a bit of exercise, you can go to the King's Throne, a nice cirque below the high alpine peaks, and get some nice views. Although the wind was a howling, we put on our warm hats and gloves, and forged on another few kilometres to the high summit of King's Throne Peak, with it's magnificent views. At the hotel we staying at, the lady said that other guests had tried the summit and not made on the day we did, so this summit is not for everybody. Kluane has been on our bucket list forever, and now we have done it!
Written 12 September 2021
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hurricaneranger
San Diego, CA76 contributions
Jul 2021
There are lots of trails. It is located at Haines Junction, which is a beautiful little town at the edge of Canada. There is solitude. The scenery is breathtaking. Mosquitos are big and feisty.
Written 26 July 2021
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JJToron2
Toronto, Canada116 contributions
Aug 2020 • Couples
This national park includes the highest mountain in Canada, Mount Logan. There are gorgeous mountain views even from the highway, as well as rewarding hikes at a variety of levels. Visit the Canada Parks office to check on bears and other hazards before heading out on the trail.
Written 19 August 2020
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taramC5528KJ
Watson Lake, Canada49 contributions
Jun 2020 • Family
Came to Haines Junction to get away. We traveled around the Kluane National park. Lots of trails. The solitude sounds of the wave and birds. The flowers, mountains and trees can’t help but be filled with wonder like a child. Dog loved it, my son loved it and as u can tell me too. We even took some time to skip some rocks. Monsquiros were large and feisty m- impressive lol
Written 29 June 2020
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HarrySJ
43 contributions
Aug 2019 • Couples
Kluane is wonderful park with a wide rznge of hiking and trekking trails from as short as 1 hour walks to overnight trekking. The views are spectacular but bewre the bears! You can camp in the park or rent accommodation nearby.
Written 18 December 2019
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