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Home to 17 of Canada’s 20 highest peaks, Kluane is known worldwide for its wilderness recreation, especially mountaineering. Raft past glaciers on the remote Alsek River. Explore high mountain passes on multi-day treks. Or find more accessible adventure at Kathleen Lake, where great hikes await just off the highway. The Tachäl Dhäl Visitor Centre and the new Kluane National Park and Reserve Visitor Centre lay out all the options, including thrilling flightseeing for a bird’s-eye view.
Explore Kluane National Park Visitor Centre
The Kluane National Park and Reserve Visitor Centre is an essential starting point for any Kluane journey. Learn about the park’s cultural and natural history, as well as its diverse recreational offerings.
Kathleen Lake: Where Mountain Scenery Meets Accessibility
At the Kathleen Lake Day Use Area, visitors can experience Kluane’s wild beauty without venturing into the backcountry. Great hiking, camping, boating and gorgeous views of the Kluane Range await – all just off the highway.
Flightseeing in Kluane
Flightseeing tours give visitors a chance to appreciate Kluane’s vast scale and diverse geography. Soar alongside Canada’s highest peaks and get a bird’s-eye view of some of the largest non-polar glaciers in the world.
Boating and Canoeing
Traditional Harvesting Activities
Rafting the Alsek River
Recreation Guide (PDF, 1.17 Mb)
Map (PDF, 4.01 Mb)