The Kaska Dena Traditional Territory is vast, encompassing over 240,000 square kilometres of land. The Kaska’s Traditional Territory extends from the southern Northwest Territories through the south eastern boundary of the Yukon, into northern British Columbia.
The Kaska Dena Traditional Territory in British Columbia encompasses over 10% of the land base of the Province. It extends from the Yukon border in the north, to just north of Williston Lake in the south, and from Dease Lake in the west to almost Fort Nelson in the east. In area, it comprises over 100,000 km2 of largely undeveloped, rugged wilderness, and has within it only a few small communities, populated primarily by Kaska Dena.