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Nahanni National Park Reserve of Canada



Nahanni National Park Reserve is considered a paradise for those adventurers who pursue remote wilderness. Alpinists are drawn to the Cirque of the Unclimbables, paddlers explore the heart of the reserve and mountaineers trek, compass in hand, across range, meadow and karst. Interpreters located within the park convey the Dene culture to the curious.

Nahanni Alpine Experience

Nahanni Alpine Experience 
Nahanni combines wilderness with diverse peaks to create a mountaineering mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. Top climbers ascend the world-renowned Lotus Flower Tower. Trekkers explore the valleys and mountain passes of the Ragged Range.




Driving Howard’s Pass  

Driving Howard’s Pass in the Mackenzie Mountains
Take a side trip from the Alaska Highway and travel the gravel wilderness road to visit sections of Nahanni and Nááts’ihch’oh National Park Reserves. In addition to extra fuel, motorists should carry a spare tire, repair kit, food and water, wilderness camping supplies and a radio to communicate with mine traffic. (Note: there are no services on this road!)



Nahanni Day Flight

Nahanni Day Flight Experience
A flightseeing excursion in Nahanni National Park Reserve provides access to icons of this UNESCO World Heritage Site and to remote areas few others will behold.





River Trips

Nahanni River Trips 
National Geographic ranks the Nahʔą Dehé (South Nahanni River) trip among its Top 20 Tourism Adventures in the World. The reserve offers more than one river. Experienced paddlers also explore the Little Nahanni River and Flat River.




Nahanni Butte 

Nahanni Butte Community Experience
Visit to the community of Nahanni Butte, home to the Nahʔą Dehé Dene Band.





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