Kluane National Park Guided Hike
Wilderness Adventures in British Columbia & Yukon since 1988

Kluane National Park Guided Hike


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Kluane (clue-on-e), the Southern Tutchone word for “Lake with many Fish”, is a rugged and magnificent wilderness area in Canada’s Yukon, characterized by high mountains, icefields, and glaciers. It has been recognized by UNESCO as part of the largest non-polar icefield in the world with  some of the world’s longest and most spectacular glaciers. As such it is has been designated a world heritage site by UNESCO.

Our Kluane guided hike is a 64 km (40 mile) backpack along the Slims Valley to Observation Mountain. Observation Mountain presents an incredible panorama highlighted by the magnificent Kaskawulsh Glacier. Many hikers label the view as incomparable and one of North America’s truly wild landscapes.

  • a visit to Kluane National Park Centre that has exhibits and a film on the park and First Nations history.unesco
  • Dall sheep, along  with moose, caribou and mountain goats are most likely to be seen . Grizzly and black bears roam the alpine and forested areas. 
  • campsites in the midst of the towering peaks, mountain lakes, impressive valleys, and glaciers will remain vividly in your memory.
  • the meltwater of Yukon’s Kaskawulsh Glacier drains into Kluane Lake, the largest Yukon lake entirely in the Yukon.
  • Mt Logan at 5959 m (19950 ft), Canada’s highest peak and second only to Denali in North America, is located in Kluane Park.
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Origin: Whitehorse, Yukon
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