Nááts’ihch’oh National Park Reserve

Nááts’ihch’oh, named for a sacred mountain in its midst, is our newest park. Tucked against the Yukon border, it guards the headwaters of both the Nahanni and the Natla/Keele river systems. Paddlers can traverse the South Nahanni’s “rock garden,” featuring 50km of continuous rapids, or try the less technical Broken Skull River, or put in on O’Grady Lake to descend the Natla/Keele. Wildlife includes grizzlies, mountain goats and the northernmost Dall’s sheep in Canada.