Chilkoot Trail Bridge Out
A bridge, south of Canyon City (6 1/2 miles fromtrail head) has collapsed under heavy snow load and is out until further notice. Hikers should be prepared to wade through a boggy section, and water may be knee or waist deep during high water conditions. More »
Chilkoot Travel Advisory-Increased Avalanche Risk
Park Canada Travel Advisory: Due to a cold, late spring persistent winter conditions exist on the Chilkoot Trail. Visitors will encounter late-winter snowpack conditions with increased avalanche risk and more snow covered trail sections. More »
Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park was established to commemorate the great human drama that caught the attention of the world, and transformed the demograhpics, culture and environment of Alaska and the Yukon. The event was not one sigle human drama, but instead hundreds of thousands of stories of the stampeders who made their way to the Klondike leaving a trail of boom towns and history behind. Select from the navigation on the left to learn more about the fascinating stories of the Klondike Gold Rush.
Did You Know?
Wild Iris blooming in the meadows and marsh lands of Dyea, Alaska offers a visual treat for visitors. These delicate beauties are closely related to the domestic iris or flag you may have in your garden. You can see them bloom in Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, mid-June to mid-July.