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National Park Service Press Release
Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park -- This week’s National Park Getaway
For Immediate Release:
June 20, 2013
Contact(s):   Cindy Von Halle, 907-983-9206

Kat Kirby, 202-208-6843


Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park -- This week’s National Park Getaway

SKAGWAY, Alaska – Where once thousands of gold rush stampeders off-loaded tons of supplies, today’s travelers arrive in Skagway on cruise ships, ferry boats, RVs or airplanes.

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park invites you to explore this “Gateway to the Klondike.” This boomtown of 1897-98 offers colorful historic buildings, guided tours, and local characters that help bring this history back to life. Read more

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