Traditional Harvesting Activities
Showing youth how to identify animal tracks. © Parks Canada
Much of Kluane National Park & Reserve's 'wilderness' has in fact been homeland to Kluane National Park & Reserve's First Nations people for thousands of years. Many of the trails and routes in Kluane National Park & Reserve follow the traditional trails of the Southern Tutchone who still use them today. The Southern Tutchone have a negotiated right to hunt and fish in the park. Southern Tutchone people are involved in park management both as staff and through a co-management agreement.