Situated in the Canadian territory of Yukon, the Kluane National Park is home to some of Canada’s most amazing scenery and wildlife, it’s also where you’ll find the countries tallest mountain, Mount Logan. Plus, you’ll also find the world’s largest non-polar icefields and be able to enjoy fantastic views of Canada’s largest mountains.
Mount Logan, Yukon, 3 Week Guided Ascent
What should I know about Mountain Climbing Kluane National Park?
Mount Logan stands at 5959 meters and there are a few different routes to the summit, all of which are quite challenging. The King Trench route is the most popular. Extreme weather conditions, icing terrain and high altitude all combine to make this one intense climb. The climb is typically done across a three-week expedition which gives you time to camp at altitude and to acclimatize. This is not a beginner climb and you must be in top physical condition to complete it. Then, when you’re at the top of the mountain you’ll be rewarded by unobstructed views of the surrounding area.
Why should I choose Kluane National Park for my Mountain Climbing adventure?
**Mount Logan **
What can I expect from the weather during my Mountain Climbing trip in Kluane National Park?
Winters are cold with a mean temperature of around -21°C there are also very little daylight hours. In summer the mean temperature sits at around 11°C and the days are long.
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How can I get to Kluane National Park?
Fly from Vancouver to Whitehorse then drive or take a transfer to the national park.
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When is the best time to travel to Kluane National Park for Mountain Climbing?
April through June
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