The NFB is committed to respecting your privacy

We use cookies to ensure that our site works efficiently, as well as for advertising purposes.

If you do not wish to have your information used in this way, you can modify your browser settings before continuing your visit.

Learn more


| 57 min

Kluane National Park is situated in the Yukon area of northern Canada and is a research paradise for glaciologists, geologists and other scientists. Mountaineers come to scale the impressive heights. Animals are free to roam, protected by stringent legislation. This film reveals many facets of this beautiful park, which has been declared a protected zone by UNESCO,

  • director
    Marc Hébert
    Roger Rochat
  • producer
    J.-P. Olivier Fougères
  • executive producer
    Jacques Vallée
  • commentary
    Marc Hébert
  • editing
    Marc Hébert
  • camera
    Roger Rochat
  • sound
    Yves Gendron
  • re-recording
    Hans Peter Strobl
  • narrator
    Kelly Ricard
    Michael Kramer
  • music
    Denis Larochelle
  • sound editing
    Roger Lamoureux
  • music recording
    Richard Bélanger
    Louis Hone


Enjoy the NFB experience on your favourite device. 


Ages 14 to 17

Geography - Physical Geography/Geology
Geography - Territory: Protected
Science - Environmental Science

Examine the shifts and changes in the glaciers since the movie's production (1981). Have students research the status of the wildlife populations of Kluane – is there a change? What is the impact of global warming on Kulane? What preventative measures have been implemented to slow or stop the progression? This website provides current information on Kluane.

Purchase options
Also available
Already paid to see this film?

Embed this code on your site

Video player width

by Reset