Mount Logan and kluane national park

Along with a number of other reserves, this is an area that protects a number of Canada’s highest peaks- with high mountains and glaciers covering 80% of the park (which covers 22,000 square kilometres or 8500 square miles).

150 species of birds called the park home including the ptarmigan, peregrine falcon and golden eagle. Grizzly bears caribou snow-shoe hare and the world’s largest population of Dall sheep thrive in the variety of habitats from coastal and valley forest to alpine tundra and meadows.

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