There are more than 2,000 glaciers in Kluane National Park. The Steele Glacier surged for several months in 1967, moving over 1.5 billion tons of ice at a rate of up to 15 metres (50 ft.) per day.
Keep your eyes and ears open for live performances as you travel around Yukon and you’ll be entertained at festivals and community arts venues by musicians, dance troupes, filmmakers, authors, storytellers and other talented performers year-round. Then dance the night away under the midnight sun or soak in the hot springs under the northern lights. You may be drawn here by wilderness, but you’ll also experience the sophisticated side of Yukon life.
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