Kluane National Park and Reserve covers 8500 square miles. Both the road south to Haines and the highway north from Haines Junction go right along the eastern edge of Kluane Park. Riders who don't mind parting with their bikes for a hike can choose from numerous well-maintained park trails that depart right from the highway. Between your motorcycle, the Pacific Ocean and forested foothills, wild rivers, ice fields that are up to a mile deep and glaciers 70 miles long are all just waiting to be investigated. Out in that wilderness are mountains both named and unnamed, 20 of which top out between 14,000 and 19,525 feet. The park is home to hundreds of grizzly bears, though, so watch your step. You'll also see black bears, Dall sheep, mountain goats and moose. This wildlife wanders up on the road, so riders must always stay alert.