Vuntut National Park (English Vuntut National Park of Canada, French Parc national du Canada Vuntut ) is a Canadian national park in the northern Yukon ( northwestern Canada). The 4345 km ² large park was established in 1995 and is managed by Parks Canada. It was founded after extensive negotiations between the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation and the Government of Canada 's territorial claim receivables.
The park is very natural and there are no paved roads. It is bordered on the north by the Ivvavik National Park and to the west by Alaska and the local Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The nearest town is Old Crow.
In the language of Gwitchin " Vuntut " means something like " between the lakes ".
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