Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site of Canada is closed until further notice, including access to fall hiking and camping, and Log Cabin parking lot.

    Access to Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site of Canada is strictly prohibited.

Follow the fabled Chilkoot Trail along the centuries old path first crossed by Chilkoot Tlingit traders and later stormed by the Klondike Gold Rush stampeders. Hike through narrow windswept valleys and scale the precipitous Chilkoot Pass. Visit a Victorian-era church still standing in a vanished boom town. Straddle the historic boundary between British Columbia and Alaska on a route revealing the immense natural wealth of the North.

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Current Conditions

Hours of operation

Reservations

Trail Center (Skagway)
Skookum Jim House (Carcross)

Contact us

205-300 Main St
Whitehorse YT Y1A 2B5

Email address: pc.chilkootinfo.pc@canada.ca

North America toll free:
Phone number: 1-800-661-0486
Local and overseas:
Phone number: 1-867-667-3910
24 hour emergency dispatch:
Phone number: 1-780-852-3100

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