Rustic Camping Cabin near Kluane National Park in Southeastern YukonHaines Junction, Yukon (Canada)
Rustic Camping Cabin near Kluane National Park in Southeastern Yukon
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This rustic camping cabin is located near Kluane National Park in the Yukon Territory and is perfect for glampers who love to rough it and get back to basics and connect with nature. It is fully equipped with everything a glamper needs and nothing they don’t for a Yukon wilderness adventure. It was originally a trapper cabin and has been refurbished and updated for modern comfort. The cabin can accommodate up to five guests but sleeps four comfortably. For sleeping arrangements, there is a fold-out futon that sleeps two and a bunk bed with three single bunks. An outhouse on the property serves as the bathroom facilities. Pillows, pillowcases, and sleeping bags with fleece liners are provided.
The main part of the cabin is an open concept design and has plenty of room for guests to store their gear in the closets and cabinets. In the living room, guests will find chairs and a dining table. A wood-burning stove keeps the cabin cozy and firewood is provided outside under the deck. The kitchen comes equipped with a two-burner propane stove (with a supply of propane), water containers, and all the cookware, cutlery, and dishes needed to prepare and serve up meals at home. Food can also be prepared on the open fire barbecue in the campfire area outside. Guests can store food and drinks in the earth cooler.
Outside, there are two decks with chairs for guests to sit outside and enjoy the panoramic views with a cup of coffee. The campfire area has log seats and benches for guests to sit around and connect with loved ones as the fire and brilliant stars illuminate the black sky.
This no-frills property is perfect for outdoorsy glampers who want to get off the grid and disconnect. The property has two decks with outdoor chairs as well as a campfire area with plenty of seating. Propane, water, and firewood are provided. Pillows, pillowcases, and sleeping bags with fleece liners are provided for sleeping. Guests should note that there is no indoor bathroom in this property. Guests are advised to bring groceries, binoculars, and hiking boots. Parking is available on site.
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
- Response rate: 100%
- Response time: Over 1 day
- New accommodation
1 accommodation in Glamping Hub
Check-in: 01:00 AM
Check out: 12:00 PM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Smoking is not permitted.
Additional fees may apply upon booking and are subject to change.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Haines Junction, Yukon (Canada)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Hot springs
- Winter sports
- Whitewater rafting
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
Kluane National Park and the southeastern Yukon Territory are some of the last truly wild places in North America. Boarding the park the small village Haines Junction is nestled at the foothills of the mountains offering basic features such as a post office, a small store and a couple of restaurants and gas stations beside all the beautiful vistas for photo opportunities. The park itself, however, is pure, unfettered wilderness. Kluane National Park is home to the highest mountain in Canada and the world’s largest non-polar ice field. Because of these natural wonders and more, it has been given the distinction of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Glampers can explore the park by foot or bike on the trails that weave through that National Park or take a scenic flight with a fixed wing or helicopter out of Haines Junction.
Kokanee Salmon and trout thrive in the nearby Kathleen Lake and the Kathleen River that flows from it. Million Dollar Waterfalls is half an hour drive south on the Haines Highway and acts as a natural barrier during the salmon run. Hikers can walk up the Rock Glacier trail and enjoy a mind-boggling view south towards Dezadeash Lake, another great site to fish or launch kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards. Klukshu Native Village, a traditional native fishing village offers visitors to learn about the time-honored techniques of the native people of the area. For adrenaline seekers, whitewater rafting is available on the Tatshenshini River.
Whitehorse, the Yukon's Capital, only two hours away by car. Visitors can book city tour, extensive day trips or even a helicopter tour of the area. The Whitehorse area is also home to the fantastic Takhini Hot Springs and the interpretive Yukon Wildlife Preserve. Winter guests can have a truly unique experience of sitting in a hot spring while marveling at the northern lights. If skies are clear and the night is cold, the lights can be seen all over the Yukon Territory and viewers will feel as if they are seeing the heartbeat of the earth as the lights pulse through the sky.
No matter the time of year, guests can be sure to leave this cabin feeling refreshed and rejuvenated from their time in the pure wilderness and mountain air.