Kluane National Park; Kaskawulsh Glacier Lookout
- Single room supplement CAD $215 (hotel & tent)
- Surcharge p. p. for group of 3 CAD $365
- Surcharge p. p. for group of 2 CAD $865
- Prices are per person based on double occupancy, 5% GST will be added, all transactions are in Canadian dollars
- NKT 01/2017Jul 9 2017 to Jul 15 2017
- NKT 02/2017Jul 23 2017 to Jul 29 2017
- NKT 03/2017Aug 6 2017 to Aug 12 2017
- NKT 04/2017Aug 13 2017 to Aug 19 2017
During this hike in Canada’s Yukon Kluane National Park you’ll experience the beauty of Kluane's majestic mountain world; a wildlife paradise where large numbers of grizzly bears, Dall sheep and other wildlife roam freely.
On our trek to the outlook of the Kaskawulsh Glacier we hike through a region that is home to idyllic lakes, sparkling rivers, majestic mountains, glaciers and abundant wildlife. In Yukon’s Kluane National Park lies the largest non-arctic ice field in the world with the glacial valleys crowned by Mount Logan, Canada’s highest peak.The campsite at Canada Creek offers a jaw-dropping vista. Beyond the barren flood plain of Canada Creek lies the toe of the Kaskawulsh glacier, and beyond that lies the impressive peak of 9,900 foot Mount Maxwell. The view from here is payoff enough for the hike. But after a good night's sleep we climb to the summit of Observation Mountain among the peaks of the St. Elias Mountain Range and gaze upon a sea of ice; the Kaskawulsh Glacier.
This backpacking trip to Observation Mountain is a great oppertunity to explore the heart of Yukon’s Kluane National Park and have a peek at its vast ice-fields.
Get your backpack ready and join Nature Tours of Yukon on this great trip to the Kaskawulsh glacier.
This is a -No Trace- wilderness trip.
Take only photos, leave nothing but footprints.