We spent 3 days at Haines Junction on the edge of Kluane (pronounced Clue-ON-ee) National Park in Yukon. I say it is on the edge because Kluane’s main feature is a huge ice field, the biggest in the world (except for the polar ice fields), which makes the interior not accessible except by air or multi-day glacier travel.
Cesca and I took a plane ride to view the glaciers from above. On the way back the flight path took us right over our campsite on the shore of Pine Lake near Hance Junction.
Wildlife viewing is very easy in the area, just drive. The animal take turns posing for photo ops on the wide clearings either side of the highway. A vehicles stopped at an unusual place is a sure sign of wildlife near by.