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Hike through a rugged corridor in the shadow of the Coast Mountains. Discover where human will and a powerful landscape battled for supremacy during the Klondike Gold Rush. Hop an historic train to Bennett, once a thriving tent city. Swap stories with other adventurers at historic campgrounds where Gold Rush stampeders pitched tents while ferrying their outfits over the trail. Move through dramatic transformations in the wild Northern landscape.
Featured ActivitiesHike the Legendary Chilkoot Trail
Snare lifelong bragging rights on a challenging multi-day hike from the ocean shore in Alaska through a glacier-sculpted mountain corridor to Bennett Lake, B.C. -- once a bustling gold rush boom town. Chilkoot Trail Village
Visit historic Bennett, B.C. Stay in an upscale version of a traditional prospector's wall tent, explore the site of a once bustling gold rush boom town and learn about the culture of the Carcross Tagish people who still call this area home. Skookum Jim House
Visit us at the Carcross Commons, a contemporary First Nations commercial village and explore the history of the Klondike Gold Rush, Yukon sternwheelers and the vibrant living culture of the Carcross Tagish people.
Bennett Camping Adventure
Answer “the call of the wild” riding the White Pass & Yukon Route railway into Bennett Lake campground for hiking, and family fun steeped in the riveting history of the Klondike Gold Rush.
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