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Reservations and Facilities

The research station takes accommodation bookings for up to 35 people in shared housing, although larger groups can also be hosted.

Meals, internet, laundry and wash facilities are provided, as is office space, lab space, meeting rooms, and communications equipment for off-site field work.

The station operates at full capacity and staffing from May through September, and with smaller scale staffing and facilities from October to April.

Inside Kluane Lake Research Station

Why Stay at KLRS?

Here are just some of the reasons why you should stay with us on your next visit to the Kluane Lake region.


  • Next to the world's largest sub-polar icefield.
  • On the shore of the largest lake in the Yukon.
  • Located on the traditional lands of the White River, Kluane Lake and Champagne and Aishihik First Nations.
  • Easy access to an international airport in Whitehorse.


  • Supporting world class research for more than 50 years.
  • Huge biodiversity in the area around the research station.
  • Office space, lab space, meeting rooms and communications equipment for off-site field work.


  • Hosts up to 35 people in shared housing. However, larger groups can usually be accommodated.
  • Meals, internet, laundry and wash facilities provided.
  • Red seal chef on site!


  • Member of the Canadian Network of Northern Research Operators (CNNRO) & InterACT.
  • Member of the World Meteorological Observing (WMO) network.
  • AINA has been a permanent observing member of the Arctic Council since 2004.

Where is the Station?

Kluane Lake Research Station
Mile 1054 Alaska Highway
Yukon Y0B 1H0

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