Welcome to a stunning two-story mountain house!
With breathtaking views of the mountains, the main living space on the second floor features an open concept kitchen, living and dining room with large windows and vaulted pine ceilings. Cook your own gourmet meals in the well-equipped kitchen and enjoy complimentary locally roasted coffee on the large wrap-around deck.
The living space is cozy and well-appointed with a beautiful wood stove for chilly nights. The attention to detail continues in the three bedrooms with luxurious cotton sheets and cozy Canadian-made down duvets. The ground floor has two additional bedrooms and a den with a brand new TV with Netflix.
With 3 acres of forest and ample parking, you’ll never want to leave your private mountain oasis.
We live in Haines Junction, Yukon with our two young daughters, Evelyn and Aria. We love living in this small northern community at the edge of Kluane National Park and Reserve.
Our lives are filled with adventure and family travels and you often will find us paddling, skiing, boating, involved in our community or doing silly things with our kids. Over the past 23 years in Haines Junction, we have learned a lot of tips and secret gems about the park and region. We are thrilled to share its wonders with you during your stay.
We are just down the road from Kluane Skyline and are just a message away.
Laura & Scott
Haines Junction or Dakwäkäda, is a small northern village on the Alaska Highway at the edge of Kluane National Park and Reserve. The community lies within the traditional territory of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations. Surrounded by a beautiful and rugged mountain landscape, Haines Junction is the stepping off place for endless opportunities for exceptional outdoor adventures and experiences.
The house is in a quiet country residential area of Haines Junction with large forested lots. Walking around the neighborhood you will be surrounded by nature and stunning views of the impressive Front range mountains of Kluane National Park. The Kluane National Park Visitor Centre and Daku Culture Centre are a 10 minute walk from the house.
Kluane National Park and Reserve is home to seventeen of the country’s 20 tallest mountains, including Mount Logan, Canada’s highest peak. The park is a place where visitors can explore a world of high mountain peaks and massive valley glaciers, boreal forests, sparkling lakes and northern wildlife. Together with three other protected areas it is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
-Cross county ski over 40 km of tracked ski trails in the area
-Walk or snowshoe surrounded by mountain views and boreal forest
-Ice fishing on local lakes including Pine, Dezadeash and Kathleen
-Snowmobile numerous local trails and frozen lakes of the region
-Take in local Haines Junction community events such as markets, music concerts and festivals
-Drive the Haines Road to the Haines Pass for outstanding backcountry touring
-Walk and hike the numerous montane and alpine trails and routes within the 22,000 km2 of Kluane National Park and Reserve
-Walk the lake shore and take in the stunning mountain landscape at iconic Kathleen Lake within Kluane National Park, only 20 minutes away
-Take in the world class exhibits and speak to Parks Canada staff at the Kluane National Park Visitor Centre within the Daku Cultural Centre (10 minute walk from Kluane Skyline)
-Book a flightseeing trip over the world’s largest non polar icefields and valley glaciers of the St Elias Mountains and see Canada’s highest peak – Mount Logan
-Learn about the rich culture and traditions of the Champagne & Aishihik First Nations at the Daku Cultural Centre
-Relax on the beach, go for a paddle board or kayak on Pine lake with views of Paint Mountain and the Kluane Front Ranges
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