Vuntut National Park of Canada

This park is located in the Yukon area and was established as a national park in 1995, after many debates. Vuntut signifies 'among the lakes' in the Gwitchin language. The Vuntut lies at the border of the Ivvavik National Park at the north, the international boundary and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge at the west, Black Fox Creek at the east and the Old Crow River at the south. The park is still very little developed, so there are no roads or trails, which will make the access difficult. The closest city to the park is Old Crow in Yukon. The Vuntut National Park of Canada spreads over 4350 square kilometers of land, being the home of many wild animals such as the caribou, the ground squirrels and other species of rare plants.

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