Chilkoot: an adventure in ecotourism
University of Calgary Press, 2001 - Travel - 246 pages
"Today, Chilkoot is an icon. It is thirty-three miles (53.1 km) of dense forest, rugged mountain, golden sand dune, rushing river, and sylvan lake settings stretching from Alaskan salt tidewater to freshwater Lake Bennett at the headwaters of the Yukon River in B.C. Rich in natural and cultural history and protected entirely as parkland, the Chilkoot forms a major portion of the extensive Klondike Gold Rush International Historical Park."--BOOK JACKET.
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THE CHILKOOT AND ECOTOURISM
THE TRAIL IN HISTORY
From Salt Water to Barren Scree
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