The Icefield Ranges of the St. Elias Mountains occupy two-thirds of Kluane National Park and Reserve's interior and represent a portion of the most extensive non-polar icefield in the world. Major mountains found within the Icefield Ranges of Kluane National Park and Reserve include: Mount Logan (5,959 m), Mount St. Elias (5,489 m), Mount Lucania (5,226 m), King Peak (5,173 m), Mount Steele (5,073 m), Mount Wood (4,842 m) and Mount Vancouver (4,812 m), to name a few.
The climbing season generally extends from mid-April to late June. The 2021 climbing season commences on April 10. Climbing parties must apply in advance of their trip and all climbers are required to register.
Visitors to Kluane National Park and Reserve must follow applicable Yukon travel requirements.
Self-isolation is not permitted within Kluane National Park and Reserve and if required by territorial authorities, must be completed prior to your arrival.