Kluane – high in the mountains of southwest Yukon – is a land of extremes. The park is home to Canada’s highest peak (5,959-metre Mount Logan), its largest ice field and North America’s most genetically diverse grizzly population. Travellers from around the world come to traverse alpine passes on backcountry odysseys and raft past calving glaciers. With exceptional day hikes and highway-side scenery, Kluane awes from every angle.

Featured things to do

Discover Kluane's Visitor Centres

Explore the park’s cultural and natural history, as well as its diverse recreational offerings.

Experience Kathleen Lake

Experience Kluane’s wild beauty without venturing into the backcountry.

Go flightseeing in the Icefields

Soar alongside Canada’s highest peaks and get a bird’s-eye view of some of the largest non-polar glaciers in the world.

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Getting here

Kluane is located in southwest Yukon, 160 kilometres west of Whitehorse, the territorial capital. 

Plan your visit

Hours of operation

  • The Kluane Visitor Centre and Kathleen Lake Campground are open from May 19 to Sept. 24, 2017.  
  • The Thachäl Dhäl Visitor Centre is open from May 19 to Sept 4, 2017.
  • The Kathleen Lake day-use area is open year round.

Complete schedule


Free admission in 2017.
Other fees still apply.

Detailed fees list

Contact us

PO Box 5495
Haines Junction YT  Y0B 1L0

Telephone: 867-634-7207

Email: kluane.info@pc.gc.ca

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Sites nearby

  • Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site

    Hike a legendary trail through the northern Coast Mountains, from Alaska’s Taiya Inlet to the headwaters of the Yukon River in northern British Columbia. 

  • S.S. Klondike National Historic Site

    Steam-powered sternwheelers were the Yukon’s link to the outside world for almost a century. The S.S. Klondike National Historic Site in Whitehorse honours these vessels, so vital to the settlement of the North.

  • Klondike National Historic Sites

    Step back into the days of the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush. Prowl a paddlewheeler. Explore goldfields. Magical Dawson City is a frontier town where history mingles with everyday life.

  • Vuntut National Park

    Explore untouched northern landscapes and learn the story of the Vuntut Gwitchin people and their relationship to the land and animals of the northern Yukon.