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Kluane National Park and Reserve travelling to Toronto


© Bradford Washburn, Courtesy of Decaneas Archives, from the Collection of Kluane National Park Visitor Centre

Photographic exhibition Encounters with the Sublime: Kluane National Park and Reserve through the lenses of Bradford Washburn and Sebastião Salgado, opens February 8th at 6:30 pm, until March 4th at the Alliance française Toronto Pierre Léon Gallery (24 Spadina Road, Toronto, ON).

This is a collaboration between Parks Canada, the Yukon Arts Centre and Alliance française Toronto.


Infrastructure Investments


© Parks Canada

Parks Canada is investing an unprecedented $3 billion dollars over five years to support infrastructure work within national historic sites, national parks, and national marine conservation areas across Canada.  There are two new projects underway at Kluane National Park and Reserve:

Work will soon begin on fixing the main entry road to the Kathleen Lake Campground Day Use Area, campground loop road and day-use/boat launch area. A secondary exit road from the campground will be completed for additional visitor safety. Campground upgrades will focus on the interpretation area, tent pads, water system and wood storage shelter.

General renovations and improvements will also be made to the Tachal Dhal Visitor Reception Centre, located one hour north of Haines Junction on the Alaska Highway.

As most of this work will be done during the off-season, visitor experience should not be affected.

Overnight Camping or Travelling

Backcountry Permits


© Parks Canada / C. Aikens

Visitors to Kluane National Park & Reserve are required to register prior to and deregister upon completion of any overnight activities during the dates listed here...   Bear resistant food canisters are mandatory in most areas.