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Hike Canada’s Gold Rush Trail: The Meanest and Most Beautiful 33 Miles in History

Posted By iExplore 1006 days ago on Travel - It was the most popular and direct route pioneers of the Klondike Gold Rush could take to reach the headwaters of the Yukon River. But it was also the hardest, and known to travelers as the “meanest 33 miles of history.” Not only was it steep and unyielding, but in the winter the Yukon can reach sub-arctic conditions.

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