• Nine men pose with gear at the Alaska-British Columbia border in the snow

    Klondike Gold Rush

    National Historical Park Alaska

Park Statistics

In 2009 Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park had 880,512 recreational visitors. For more information on visitation statistics, annual reports and budget information click here for a link to National Park Statistics


Superintendent Annual Reports

2010 Fiscal Year Report


Did You Know?

Historic photo of horse mired in mud and snow

The White Pass Trail of Klondike Gold Rush NHP earned infamy as the "Dead Horse Trail." Over 3,000 horses died there as inexperienced gold seekers struggled to reach the Klondike. "The horses died like mosquitoes in the first frost, and from Skagway to Bennett they rotted in heaps." -Jack London More...