Gold Rush Cemetery

The Gold Rush Cemetery is a fascinating place, allowing a glimpse into the past of the area’s people. The dates listed on the stones date back to 1897, and one of the most famous is that of Jefferson “Soapy” Smith, a notorious con artist and Old West gangster, known for opening businesses where he quietly robbed his customers and for manipulating political campaigns. Visitors will also find the graves of many individuals involved in the Gold Rush, while an informative entrance display provides even more insight into the cemetery and its inhabitants.

If you enjoy hiking, continue past Gold Rush Cemetery to Lower Reid Falls, a popular trekking route that’s about two miles (3.2 km) each way. The actual falls are gorgeous, a gushing narrow cascade gliding over rock and mountainside. To better understand the trails—especially if you want to explore more of the area—head to the Skagway Visitor Information Center before visiting the cemetery and pick up a trail map.

Practical Info

The Gold Rush Cemetery and its trails are close enough to the town of Skagway that visitors can get to them on foot. Follow State Street for 1.5 miles and look for Gold Rush Cemetery signs right before reaching the bridge over the Skagway River.
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Endereço: Intersection of Main St and 23rd, Skagway, Alaska, USA, EUA
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