SFN Traditional Territory Map
The Selkirk First Nation people have lived in the Traditional Territory of the Northern Tutchone for a very long time. Prior to living in Pelly Crossing, many of the people lived at Fort Selkirk then Minto Landing, located on the banks of the Yukon River.
Who can use Settlement Land?
Selkirk First Nation Citizens have use of Settlement Land;
Generally, members of the public can access Settlement Land provided that they do not cause a significant impact (such as cutting or clearing) and are not accessing the land for commercial use. This means
- you can walk your dog or ride your horse;
- you can hike;
- you can ride your ATV or drive your vehicle on certain trails or roads as long as they existed before the Final Agreements were signed. However, you must stay on the travelled part of the road or trail.
If you find any artifacts while on Settlement Land, make sure you do not touch or move them and report it to the Selkirk First Nation Heritage Department.
If you want to hunt, trap or fish on Selkirk First Nation Settlement Land, you must get written permission from our Lands Department of the Selkirk First Nation government.
High resolution maps are provided here for download and printing.