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Discover Yukon’s beauty beyond the northern lights
At the border of Kluane National Park, home of Canada’s tallest mountain, Mount Logan, awaits an adventure that doesn’t compromise on comfort or excitement.
Just two hours from Whitehorse in the beautiful Haines Junction, Kluane region is the gateway to wilderness fun, enchanting views, and eco-tourism experiences that show you the beauty of the great outdoors.
There is so much to explore in this region—still largely unexplored, every corner reveals a beautiful pocket of nature or a view that few others have seen before. Part of the largest non-polar icefield in the world, the sights you’ll find here will make for stunning photos and even better memories.
Adventures at Great Heights
When mountains surround you, it’s only natural to get out there and explore!
Whether you’re an easygoing explorer or a seasoned adventurer, Mount Logan Ecolodge is home to countless outdoor activities that will show you all there is to love about the wilderness.
The Yukon is a hiker’s dream, and Mount Logan Ecolodge is the perfect base camp for your expeditions. Discover hidden lakes fed by melting glaciers, follow sparkling rivers and canyons through impossibly tall trees, and marvel at the unforgettable panoramic views that await you at the top. There are countless trails to explore, with hiking options of every length for every skill level.
The lodge offers custom experiences in partnership with sister company Yukon Guided Adventures, giving you the opportunity to embark on private tours with an expert by your side, making every moment unforgettable. With an experienced guide by your side, you can leave the routes to the experts and just enjoy the journey!
Explore the Kluane region by car and discover the charm of the region. Scenic drives surrounded by spectacular landscapes mixed with small-town charm and friendliness are just a few of the reasons to fall in love with the Yukon. Learn about local history and the majestic Kluane national park’s landmarks, mountains, lakes and rivers, and stop into hidden gems along the Alaskan Highway. Or see the mountains from great heights with a flightseeing tour, available year-round.
In the winter, the Yukon is the perfect place to take on snowy trails and landscapes, and the winter activities at Mount Logan Ecolodge are not to be missed. Traverse the backcountry and pristine landscapes and forge trails with your guide on snowshoes, or enjoy an exciting glacier flightseeing tour. Don’t forget your sunglasses!
Summer in the Mountains
What’s better than spending summer on the lake? How about adding stunning mountains to the mix? Take on the waters with the Pine Lake Canoe Tour, perfect for beginner and intermediate paddlers who want to take in glacier views while listening to the soothing sounds of wildlife.
Or take the whole family on a rafting tour, travelling through wildlife habitat and soaking in the stunning views of the Mount Elias Range. It’s an epic journey, complete with a delicious picnic and telling stories around a riverside campfire—exactly what summer dreams are made of.
For those who love an adventure, embark upon a 4×4-SUV Wilderness Tour in the Alsek Valley, where you’ll travel through creeks, old river beds, and mountainsides, learning about the history of the Great Alsek Lake.
End the perfect day with an equally captivating sunset. The Yukon is home to one of the world’s most spectacular wonders, the northern lights. Also known as aurora borealis, with long nights and few hours of daylight, Yukon winters offer plenty of possibilities to view this natural phenomenon. From mid-August to mid-April, watch in wonder as the pinks and reds of the sunset fade into a starry sky, complete with mind-blowing views of the northern lights. The memory alone will stay with you long after your trip ends.
Home Away From Home
Don’t compromise on your vacation accommodations—whether your heart is calling for a luxurious sabbatical in a guest suite, or an unplugged wilderness experience in a Mongolian-style yurt, the perfect stay is waiting for you at Mount Logan Ecolodge.
Here, accommodations range from luxury rooms to unique outdoor accommodation options. For a truly one-of-a-kind experience, spend a night in a private and furnished school bus—spend the evening under the stars and fall asleep in a cozy king bed…the best of camping with the comfort of glamping. No matter where you stay, every accommodation includes a lovely cooked breakfast and a three-course dinner.
Mount Logan Ecolodge is the perfect place for private rentals as well, with accommodations ready to welcome your family and friends for gatherings and relaxing retreats. Find yoga, meditations, Wim Hof method retreats, and so much more.
Guided By Nature
More than just a destination, Mout Logan Ecolodge is a place to explore, rejuvenate, and create memories that last a lifetime. Located in a place of pristine wilderness and part of the traditional territory of the Southern Tutchone people, Mount Logan Ecolodge protects and acts as stewards of this unique region.
When surrounded by some of the most beautiful sights nature has to offer, it’s no surprise that taking care of the beauty you see will become a priority, and Mount Logan Ecolodge makes this a cornerstone of its business. Embracing its nature-based location, the lodge strives to constantly enhance and improve their sustainability practices and minimize their environmental impact.
From growing their own produce to upholding eco-tourism standards like recycling, minimizing water usage and energy consumption, as well as offering interpretative programs that help guests understand the history and landscapes they are visiting, the lodge hopes to impart a love of nature on every guest who comes to visit.
Book your experience at mountloganlodge.com
Named after Mount Logan, Canada’s highest peak, we offer beautiful and unique accommodations with stunning mountain views. You will have an authentic Yukon experience, gourmet meals and many options for outdoor leisure and fun. There are opportunities to soak in the natural beauty of the Kluane region whether you’re visiting for pleasure, for business or for adventure.