Haines Junction, YT, Canada is the largest community located in the Kluane Country region of the Yukon Territories, Canada. The communities of Burwash Landing and Beaver Creek, along with Haines Junction, are the three main communities located in the region. All three are situated on the Alaska Highway and neighbors to the Kluane National Park & Reserve.
Top things to do, attractions, adventures and activities enjoyed in Haines Junction, Yukon Territories, Canada are canoeing, kayaking, hiking, flightseeing, backpacking, camping, boating, sailing, swimming, beachcombing, wildlife watching, sightseeing, mountain biking and cycling.
The best activity and adventure destinations located in Haines Junction, Yukon Territories are the Kluane National Park & Reserve, Mt. Logan - the largest mountain in Canada (5959 meters), Rock Glacier Trail, Spruce Beetle Trail, Dezadeash River Trail, Auriol Trail, King's Throne Trail, Tatshenshini River, Sheep Mountain, Cottonwood Trail, Bullion Plateau Trail, Alsek River, Kathleen Lake and Pine Lake.
Important services and amenities for travelers when exploring in and around Haines Junction, YT, Canada are accommodations (cottages, cabins, hotels, motels, inns, bed and breakfasts (B&Bs), vacation homes), campgrounds, tours, guides, outfitters, attractions, restaurants, laundromat, coffee shops, grocery store, pubs, liquor store, banks, gas station, gift stores, and internet service.
The best places for travellers to enjoy history and culture in Haines Junction, Yukon Territories, Canada is at the Da Ku Cultural Center, and the Our Lady of The Way.
Vehicle: The main highways in the Yukon Territories which connect to the community of Haines Junction, YT are Highway #1 (Alaska Highway).
Air: The closest airport to Haines Junction is the (YHT) Haines Junction Airport ( 6 minute drive - 5 kms) and the closest international airport is the (YXY) Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport (1 hour 36 minute drive - 154 kms). Other air transportation to the remote regions of the territory are floatplanes, helicopters and bush planes.