Kluane National Park is located in the southwest of the province. "Kluane" means "lake with many fish" in the language of Yukon's First Nation people. This protected area is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is not to be missed when staying in the region. The park mainly consists of mountains and glaciers, and is home to more than one hundred species of bird, as well as animals such as grizzly bears, caribou and black bears. It is possible to hike, climb and fish in the park, especially during summer.