Arctic Poppies + Balsam | Kluane Lake
Notes: Arctic Poppies + Balsam
Get lost in the Aurora borealis at Kluane Lake with our soothing fragrance inspired by the epic Yukon.
Located in the southwest area of the Yukon, Kluane lake is the largest lake contained entirely within Yukon. The lake is approximately 408 km2 (158 sq mi), and 81 km (50 mi) long.
It drains into the Kluane River and makes a journey out to the Bering Sea.
With the lake being situated above the 61st parallel it is a great place to observe the Aurora Borealis. At the winter solstice, the sun is visible for approx 5-6hours.
Located just off the Alaska Highway, this is a must-see stop along any adventure up to northern arctic regions.
Forming the largest internationally protected wildlife area the Kluane region boasts countless wildlife. Home to the continent’s highest concentration of grizzly bears, you can also see majestic mountain goats and Dall sheep graze on the steep slopes near Kluane Lake, while more elusive species like wolves, lynx, and wolverines live in the area. Over 150 species of birds have been recorded in Kluane, and a plethora of wildflowers grow and change the landscape throughout the seasons.