Vuntut National Park
Vuntut National Park is a national park established in 1995. The park encompasses 4,345. Sq. km of wilderness in the northwestern corner of the Yukon, Canada. Vuntut National Park is adjacent to another Canadian National Park, Ivvavik National Park. Also, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge lies just across the border in Alaska, USA. The park was established to protect representative portions of the Old Crow Flats wetlands and the surrounding foothills.
Vuntut National Park of Canada offers visitors back-country skiing, canoeing the Old Crow River, and hiking. During various times of the year, visitors will see herds of Porcupine Caribou. Due to land claims negotiations, this national park is undeveloped. There are no facilities or developed trails in the park. Visitors will have to explore the park on their own.
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