Kathleen Lake is a great spot to visit in Kluane National Park. It makes for a great lunch spot and relaxing afternoon. The Kokanee Trail is an extremely easy 1km (0.6mi) return trail that surrounds the lake and offers a boardwalk for people with mobility issues. I especially liked this inclusive boardwalk feature, so that everyone, including your furry friend, can enjoy the beautiful views and this short walk around the river. The trail starts on the far right side of the lake (as you face the lake). There is also interpretive signs about the lake and surrounding area along the boardwalk.
Saewan and I ate lunch at a picnic table there facing the lake. There were a few other people doing the same thing. Kluane National Park is not a crowded park at all, so most of the time you feel like you have the whole park to yourself. After lunch, we walked the short Kokanee Trail and came to a tranquil spot that had two red chairs. The two red chairs is part of the red chair program which is offered by Parks Canada. The red chairs are found at different parks throughout Canada and offer a nice spot to sit and enjoy amazing, picturesque Canadian views.
We sat and enjoyed the remarkably stunning views at Kathleen Lake and played my unique Hapi drum. Video below!