The most challenging way to follow in the footsteps of the
stampeders is by hiking the 33-mile-long Chilkoot Trail,
accessible only on foot. It is a difficult hike and usually
takes three to five days. The trail begins at the Taiya
River bridge near the Dyea townsite and travels over the
Chilkoot Pass to Lake Bennett.
Click below to see pictures of the Chilkoot Trail
Train Loaded With Hiker's Backpacks
at Bare Loon Camp
Boat Frame-Lindeman City
Be sure to check Parks Canada Chilkoot Trail online.