Saint Elias Mountains and Kaskawulsh Glacier in Kluane National Park and Reserve, Yukon
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A grand view of the great white north. Kluane National Park
What looks here like an ice road for 15-metre-tall truckers is really Kaskawulsh Glacier in Kluane National Park. This corner of the Yukon is home to the largest ice field on Earth outside of the poles, with the slow, steady flow of more than 2,000 glaciers continually carving these vast canyons amid the peaks.
Speaking of peaks, glance up and you'll see the Yukon is also paradise for mountain lovers. And Kluane is its pinnacle, literally: Located within the park is Mount Logan, the highest mountain in Canada (and second-highest on the continent after Alaska's Denali).