The following morning, I headed towards Destruction Bay, via Burwash Landing where I visited the Kluane Museum. It was small but very well curated with an excellent collection of native art and craft, from clothing to woodcraft, tools and weapons and jewellery. Along the way I met 2 motorcyclists who offered me some energy gels, coffee and some great spiritual advice! I also met a an experienced, 64 year old french cyclist who has been touring for over 20 years! By the time I reached Destruction bay it was raining and had become a bit chilly. Mountains loomed over the horizon! I chose not to stay the night here, and moved onto the Cottonwood RV park, 26 kms ahead, situated on the edge of the Kluane Lake.
Camped at: Cottonwood RV park and campground
Fees: 20 CAD. Good unlimited showers, very clean restrooms and free firewood, weak wifi and only around the office. Beautiful views of Kluane lake! Hosts were stiff and not very friendly.
Elevation Gain: 600 ft