Kluane (clue-on-e), the Southern Tutchone word for “Lake with many Fish”, is a rugged and magnificent wilderness area in Canada’s Yukon, characterized by high mountains, icefields, and glaciers. It has been recognized by UNESCO as part of the largest non-polar icefield in the world with some of the world’s longest and most spectacular glaciers. As such it is has been designated a world heritage site by UNESCO. The area is home to abundant wildlife, including Grizzly Bears and Dall Sheep.