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Two Famous Ghost Towns in Yukon, Canada

Had it not been for the long Alaska Highway, Whitehorse would not be the town it is today with hotels, restaurants, an airfield, and a population of over 8,000 people. That's far from being a ghost town. But that's not the way things were and the town has not forgotten its beginning. Relics of the past such as the town's single street along the waterfront, old loading docks and hulks of steamboats that once tied up there along with false-fronted buildings remain from the days prospectors swarmed into Whitehorse. The town was not an easy place to reach, especially for those who choose to reach it by water down the Yukon. One of the most feared stretches of the entire waterway was Miles Canyon where a torrent of white water flowed at express train speed. Then there was White Horse Rapids where the foamy, misty crests took the form of charging white stallions. The trip by boat down the Yukon to Whitehorse was more than 25 miles. And not all that tried made it. As Whitehorse grew, Closeleigh faded into the sunset and is no more. -

In its glory days, Carcross had a population of over 20,000 - for about 6 months. As the Klondike gold rush grew, many gathered on the shores of Lake Bennett waiting for the ice to break on Yukon. Many logged and whip-sawed lumber to make boats to float their supplies down the river. Thanks to the NWMP and Sam Steel, many a boats man was saved. In early May of 1898, the river ice broke and the great race was begun for the gold fields of Bonaza creek. Skookum Jim and Tagish Charlie, co-discovers of gold in the Klondike are buried in the cemetery here. After the gold rush died down, Carcross (formally Caribu Crossing) became a stopping point for the White Pass and Yukon Route Railway. The WP&YR no longer runs, but the tracks still run along the lake. –


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