Situated in northern Yukon, above the Arctic Circle, Vuntut is one of Canada’s most remote national parks, visited by few serious adventurers. But those who make the effort are rewarded with the opportunity to experience 4,345 square kilometres of vast and evocative landscapes, ranging from the wetlands of Van Tat/Old Crow Flats, to the rolling hills and rocky peaks of the British Mountains. This land is tied to a vibrant First Nation culture and home to one of the great natural wonders of the world, the annual migration of almost 200,000 caribou.
The park protects the northern part of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory. Visitors can experience the rich cultural and natural heritage of the area by flying into Vuntut, and by exploring the traditional Gwitchin village of Old Crow to the south of the park.
The park itself has no facilities, services, designated landing areas or developed trails, and caters to serious adventurers on independent expeditions. Discover a cultural landscape of legends and histories dating back thousands of years, and the natural treasures of a true arctic wilderness.