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Kluane National Park and Reserve

Kluane National Park is located in southwest Yukon, 160 kilometres west of the territorial capital of Whitehorse. The town of Haines Junction offers a convenient base for exploration. From there, Haines Highway leads south and the Alaska Highway leads north along the park’s eastern edge, with access to hiking and camping. The park’s interior is generally accessible only via a flightseeing tour or on a serious mountaineering/ski touring expedition.


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Getting here

Location and directions to get to Kluane National Park and Reserve


Overview of Kluane National Park and Reserve climate and weather

Visitor guidelines

National park regulations are designed to protect your safety and to ensure that these special places remain unimpaired for future generations.

Overnight registration

Overnight backcountry permits and registration are required for all overnight activities in Kluane National Park and Reserve (with the exception of...

Custodial groups

Leading a group of youth into the wilderness comes with tremendous responsibilities – there are risks to be managed and many decisions to be made. The...


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Tourism links

Visitor Information at Kluane National Park and Reserve of Canada

Learn to Camp Gear Library

The Learn to Camp program helps provide camping gear for Yukon schools and non-profits that work with Yukon youth.

How to get here


PO Box 5495
Haines Junction, YT Y0B 1L0

867-634-5248 (summer)



By air and road

You can reach Kluane by driving 160 km west from Whitehorse on the Alaska Highway. Whitehorse is serviced by regular commercial flights.

By ferry and road

Take the Alaska Marine Highway ferry system to Haines or Skagway, Alaska. From Haines, drive north on the Haines Road. From Skagway, drive north to Whitehorse on the South Klondike Highway, then west on the Alaska Highway.

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