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"Yukon Gold" follows four gold-mining crews who have merely four months in Canada's wild Yukon to earn a big payday. Fighting an impossibly short mining season and with their savings on the line, they work against difficulties to dig the precious ore out of the ground. The crews battle mechanical breakdowns, the elements and 18-hour days under the midnight sun -- all because of gold fever -- and it keeps them coming back year after year for another chance to wager it all.

Latest episodes

aired 534 days ago
Dennis' hunt for gold proves unsuccessful; Ken breaks a machine in his haste to sluice; Karl's season is threatened by floods.
aired 535 days ago
Ken's wife gets some surprising news when she arrives for a visit; Big Al has trouble with his excavator; Karl's season is threatened by permafrost.
aired 535 days ago
Ken contends with a double mutiny; Cam's injured employee is airlifted to a hospital; Karl's crew encounters a bear.
aired 541 days ago
Ken loses a machine when he can't afford to pay his debts and his crew; Big Al experiences more mechanical breakdowns; Dennis needs to quickly discover $10,000 worth of gold or get shut down.
aired 542 days ago
Karl contemplates a crew member's dismissal; fire threatens Cam's camp; Ken pours money into his operation.
aired 542 days ago
Karl hopes to score 100 ounces of gold in one week; Ken must deal with an eager employee who keeps breaking equipment.
aired 655 days ago
Ken must make his way up Moose Creek's treacherous road in a desperate attempt to get fuel; Karl has major problems with his sluice; Big Al's stripping dozer goes down for the count.
aired 655 days ago
Ken needs a lifeline in order to salvage his season; Cam encounters a dangerous wall of ice; Big Al's dozer breaks down.
aired 655 days ago
Ken battles frigid conditions and disappointing returns; an ancient waterfall proves problematic to Cam; Karl's mechanical skills are put to the test.
aired 837 days ago
When fall arrives miners battle mother nature and put big iron on the line to hunt for gold.
aired 919 days ago
Ken uncovers a mother lode of gold after he changes the Beast's location; breakdowns threaten to bring an early end to Bernie's season; Big Al selects a final site for his sluice plant.
aired 926 days ago
Cold weather threatens the miners' operations; Ken contemplates laying off half his crew; Karl's workers hunt moose after their sluice box ices over; Big Al battles beavers.
aired 933 days ago
Ken moves across Moose Creek in an effort to change his luck; tension grows as Bernie's junior crew makes mistakes; Karl's night crew slows him down.
aired 933 days ago
Ken's wife visits the camp; Guillaume has trouble moving the giant sluice machine; Karl's hopes for a big payday continue to fade as the season reaches the halfway point; Big Al tries to get Big Girl working again.
aired 940 days ago
An angry Ken considers firing a worker who disappeared with a crucial piece of equipment; Bernie finally strikes pay dirt; Big Al's camp faces a total shutdown due to equipment problems.
aired 940 days ago
Ken believes his gold camp may be cursed; Karl contends with his crew's mistakes and problems with the big machine his father built; Bernie moves his entire operation out of McDame Creek.

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