A pond at White Pass reflects coastal mountains. South Klondike Highway, British Columbia, Canada.
A pond at White Pass reflects mountains of the Boundary Ranges of the Coast Mountains, at Outhouse Hill Pullout on South Klondike Highway, British Columbia, Canada. The White Pass Trail (or Dead Horse Trail) was one of the two main passes used by prospectors during the Klondike Gold Rush. It leads from Skagway, Alaska, to the chain of lakes at the headwaters of the Yukon River: Crater Lake, Lake Lindeman, and Bennett Lake. Skagway was founded in 1897 on the Alaska Panhandle. The 98-mile/158-km South Klondike Highway (Skagway-Carcross Road) connects Skagway over White Pass via British Columbia to the Alaska Highway, in the Yukon southeast of Whitehorse.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download