Wilderness Parks

Fishing Branch Ni’iinlii’njik Park

Where Grizzlies and Salmon Congregate

Herschel Island Territorial Park

Arctic Eden and Cultural Crossroads

Plan a journey to the Arctic regions of the Yukon for a magical trip to Herschel Island Territorial Park. Herschel Island has a rich convergence of natural geological highlights and cultural history.

Tombstone Territorial Park

Fiery Tundra, Wildlife and Jagged Peaks

Memorable for its black granite peaks, idyllic alpine lakes and subarctic tundra landscapes, Tombstone Territorial Park is an icon among Yukon destinations. The Dempster Highway runs north through Tombstone, making wildlife, birds and tundra walks accessible to even roadside explorers. For backpackers, the heart of Tombstone can be discovered only a day’s hike from the highway.

Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site

Hike in the Footsteps of Tlingit Traders and Klondike Goldseekers

Steeped in Klondike Gold Rush history and scattered with relics from the past, the famous Chilkoot Trail is a living museum and should be on the "must-do" list for many Yukon visitors. This rugged 55-kilometre wilderness route is a world-renowned hiking trail and the Chilkoot Trail is Canada’s largest National Historic Site.

Vuntut National Park of Canada

Protecting the Porcupine Caribou Herd and Birdlife

Vuntut National Park of Canada was created to help protect the habitat of the Porcupine caribou herd and preserve an important wetlands that provides a habitat for over half a million migratory birds.

Ivvavik National Park

Ancient Landscapes and Birthplace of Caribou

Kluane National Park and Reserve of Canada

A World Heritage Site

If you've ever imagined standing amidst a sweeping landscape of mountain valleys carved by glaciers and sprinkled with alpine wildflowers, you will get to live your dream in Kluane National Park and Reserve of Canada. An icon of North America and the centrepiece of the Kluane region in Yukon, Kluane National Park and Reserve is one of our natural treasures and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1979.

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