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The Miles Canyon
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The miles canyon used to be one of the very last danger for the stampeders going to Whitehorse, and further north. Many man have lost their lives to the Yukon river, by trying to go the fastest route. 


Even now, we can see the Schwatka boat, as it struggles to go upstream, and navigate in the canyon. During its tour it passes in front of an "Canyon city", which can be also reached by foot.

The information panels, some rusted metal, and subtle deformations in the ground, are the only remnants of a city which purpose disappeared with the klondike gold rush. 

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Uploaded: 01/09/2012
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