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.
Choose from many options when planning where to stay in the Yukon. The common thread between them all is the friendliness and authenticity that Yukoners are known for. Whether you’re interested in a luxury holiday, or travelling light and easy, your stay with us will be one you won’t forget. Options include artist-run B&Bs, full-service RV parks, cozy cabins in the forest, and hotels with all the amenities.
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