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Tuya Mountains Provincial Park
About This Park
In addition, the park protects extremely high quality caribou and grizzly bear habitat as well as important arctic grayling population in Butte Lake.
Park Size: 18,000 hectares
Activities Available at this Park:
- The park does offer hiking, fishing and canoeing/kayaking recreational opportunities. More information on this park will be added as it becomes available.
Know Before You Go
Proper gear, transportation arrangements and NTS maps are prerequisites. There are no supplies of any kind in Tuya Mounatains Provincial Park. Suitable clothing should be worn and proper equipment carried. Visitors should be in possession of appropriate maps. Those who wish to register their whereabouts should do so with a responsible person or agency. This information should include estimated departure and return times.
High costs to government and putting others in potential danger are two great reasons for you to have a satellite communication device when recreating in the backcountry. A satellite communication device will allow you to alert others to an emergency situation or if you are overdue at your destination. This equipment is an essential part of your survival kit, and should be compatible with your activities and location.
Location and Maps
Nature and Culture
- Cultural Heritage - The park lies within asserted traditional territories of the Tahltan First Nation, the Kaska Dene First Nation and the Teslin Tlingit First Nation.
- Conservation - Protects an internationally significant tuya (subglacial volcano) landform, one of the rarest volcanic landforms in the world. Tuya Butte is regarded as among the best examples of this landform outside Iceland and Antarctica. Also protects the headwaters of Tuya River including lakes, alpine tundra and a wildlife movement corridor. The park’s alpine tundra provides habitat for caribou, wolf and grizzly bears.