Vuntut National Park encompasses 4,345. sq. km of wilderness in the northwestern corner of the Yukon Territory. The park is bounded by the height of land and Ivvavik National Park of the north, the international boundary and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to the west, Black Fox Creek to its confluence with the Old Crow River to the east and the Old Crow River to the south.
The northern part of the park has a vast arctic landscacpe and tundra valleys, just waiting to be explored! Explor the sweeping landscapes and wildlife, whilst also learning more about the areas cultural heritage.
Every year during the May long weekend, you'll be able to celebrate the migration of the Porcupine Caribou from their southern wintering grounds to the their calving grounds, it's a great experience to watch the animals and learn more about the fascinating creatures.
The area offers a world of adventures for explorers who want to learn more about the home of the Vuntut Gwitchin.
Vuntut National Park is approximately 50 km by air or 190 km by river north of Old Crow, Yukon. There is scheduled air service to Old Crow from Whitehorse and Dawson City in the Yukon, and Inuvik in the Northwest Territories, with Air North.Get directions
The best time to visit is June-August, when temperatures are mildest and the park enjoys 24 hours of daylight.