Kluane National Park and Reserve
Kluane covers more than 20,000 square kilometres of Canadian mountain wilderness, with many options for hiking, rafting, camping and exploring. Get expert advice on activities and insight into the park’s cultural and natural treasures at the Kluane National Park and Reserve Visitor Centre in Haines Junction and at Thechàl Dhâl Visitor Centre.
The Kluane National Park and Reserve Visitor Centre is located in the Da Kų Cultural Centre in Haines Junction and is the perfect place to begin your Kluane adventure!
Spend an hour or a day as award-winning digital exhibits, engaging exhibit panels, cultural artefacts, hands-on activities and stunning high-definition video draw you in to the fascinating world of Kluane National Park and Reserve.
Watch historic footage of the first mountaineers to climb Mount Logan, listen to audio recordings of traditional stories told by First Nation elders, study a 3-D topographic model of the soaring peaks and vast icefields of the St. Elias Mountains.
Discovery drawers and interactive games invite kids (and adults!) to dig in and learn about the plants, animals, and seasons of life in the park.
Diverse trip planning resources and knowledgeable staff are available to assist you in discovering a trip into Kluane that is just right for you.
The Da Kų Cultural Centre Gift Shop carries a great selection of Parks Canada merchandise. Be sure to stop by the Gift Shop to bring home some Kluane memories.
Situated in the 'Ä’äy Chù Valley, the Thechàl Dhâl' Visitor Centre is a one-hour drive north of Haines Junction on the Alaska Highway.
The Thechàl Dhâl' Visitor Centre has new exhibits, developed in close collaboration with local First Nations. Learn how the land here, despite its harsh winters, has long sustained Dań – people. Inside, the large, colourful exhibits sparkle with original bead work by Kluane First Nation citizens.
Out on the deck, enjoy new panels about grizzly bears, Dall’s sheep, and the dramatically changing landscape. Scan for sheep with a spotting scope: they are most likely to be visible on the nearby mountain, Thechàl Dhâl', in spring and fall.
In the bright and warm Sharing Place, ‘Alhaashajàl Kų Yìw, relax and enjoy the view during inclement weather. Some days, there will be programming by a Kluane First Nation interpreter or Elder.
Staff are on hand to answer your questions and help you plan and register for your hiking adventures.
Shop our great selection of Parks Canada merchandise at the Thechàl Dhâl' Visitor Centre to remember your visit to Kluane National Park and Reserve.
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