Burwash Landing, Yukon
Burwash Landing is home of the Southern Tutchone people. For thousands of years, the Southern Tutchone people hunted, fished and gathered food throughout the Kluane area.
The current site of Burwash Landing was a traditional camp location. After a trading post was established in the 1900s the First Nation people began to settle nearby. Burwash Landing is a unique community nestled between Kluane National Park and the shores of Kluane Lake. The community provides access to the western frontier of Kluane National Park.
- Historic Mile 1093
- Our Lady of the Rosary Church
- World’s Largest Gold Pan