Stewardship and management
Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site
Commemorative integrity is used to describe the health or wholeness of a national historic site.
Read the Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site Management Plan 2010.
The Winter Recreation Strategy aims to fulfill Parks Canada's mandated obligations while addressing the needs and interests of various winter users
Commercial film and photography application guidelines for Parks Canada sites in the Yukon Field Unit
Contact information for Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site.
The Chilkoot Trail was designated a national historic site because of the role it played in the mass movement of people to the Yukon during the Klondike Gold Rush. It protects the historic gateway to the Yukon once trod by Tlingit First Nation traders and Klondike Gold Rush prospectors. The Chilkoot Trail is a component of the Klondike Gold Rush International Historical Park, which includes sites from Seattle to Dawson City.
Cultural Resource Management
As a National Historic Site of Canada the Chilkoot Trail is managed according to the principles outlined in Parks Canada's Cultural Resource Management Policy.
Site management practices and initiatives specific to the Chilkoot Trail are further guided by the following:
Visitor Use Management
Visitor use of the site is managed by operational policies and procedures that aim to ensure a quality experience which respects the heritage values of the site.
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