Kluane National Park and Reserve
Kluane National Park & Reserve protects a spectacular Canadian landscape in the southwest Yukon, where visitors can explore a world of high mountain peaks and massive valley glaciers, boreal forests, sparkling lakes, iconic northern wildlife, and Southern Tutchone cultural heritage.
Explore Kathleen Lake
Paddle out on stunning Kathleen Lake, set up camp in the peaceful forested campground, hike King’s Throne trail, or enjoy a picnic at the Day-Use Area.
Take a hike!
Kluane has everything from short easy hikes to epic backcountry treks. Find trail descriptions and backcountry permit and safety information.
Visiting Kluane National Park and Reserve
Activities and experiences
Things to do, hiking, camping, visitor centres, interpretive programs, flightseeing, rafting, and roadside attractions.
Plan your visit
How to get here, maps and directions, facilities and services, fees, visitor guidelines.
Safety and guidelines
Bear safety, backcountry safety, winter safety, Important Bulletins, and more.
Camping and overnight accommodations
Kathleen Lake Campground, oTENTik, backcountry camping.
About Kluane National Park and Reserve
Nature and science
Conservation and science, animals, plants, the environment, and research.
Culture and history
Indigenous culture, park history, cooperative management.
Stewardship and management
Park Management Board, public consultations, plans, commercial permits, research permits.
PO Box 5495
Haines Junction YT Y0B 1L0
Phone number: 867-634-5248 (summer)
24 hour emergency dispatch
Phone number: 1-780-852-3100
Hours of operation
Haines Junction Visitor Centre Every day: 9 am to 5 pm (Registrations until 4 pm)
Thechàl Dhâl Visitor Centre
Every day: 10 am to 4 pm (Registrations until 3 pm)
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