Dredge #4 is the largest wooden-hulled dredge in North America. It mined placer gold on the Yukon River from 1913 until 1959, and is now a designated National Historic Site of Canada
Dredge No. 4 is along Bonanza Creek Road 13 kilometres south of the Klondike Highway near Dawson City.
Upload a picture of yourself standing in front of Dredge #4 and make sure to hold the “CKRW 50 Years” sign and a date the photo was
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Have a Peak at some of the Submissions for Dredge #4
Check out the other locations - click on a Location to find out more!
- Ross River Suspension Bridge
- Soldier’s Summit
- Teslin Heritage Centre
- Watson Lake Sign Post Forest
- Miles Canyon Lookout
- Carcross Desert
- Dredge #4 Dawson City
- Five Finger Rapids
- Million Dollar Falls
- Otter Falls
- Keno Hill Sign Post
Click on a link below to learn more about the contest
How to Play
We’ve designated 12 locations throughout the territory
Get a picture of yourself holding a “CKRW 50 Years” sign with the date at a location
We want to be sure you understand what’s required before you start!
For each location, you’re entered to win one of nine incredible prizes from local businesses!
Terms & Conditions
All CKRW’s regular Contest Terms and Conditions apply with the addition of the following please click here
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