Nature and science
Vuntut is one of Canada’s most remote national parks. It is a vast and evocative landscape, ranging from the wetlands of Van Tat, the Old Crow Flats, to the rolling hills and rocky peaks of the British Mountains.
Vuntut encompasses 4,345 sq. km. of wilderness in the northwestern corner of the Yukon Territory.
Situated in northern Yukon, above the Arctic Circle, Vuntut National Park, protects a representative example of the Northern Yukon Natural Region.