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Gold Rush Alaska

Goldrausch in Alaska (Originaltitel: Gold Rush, ursprünglich Gold Rush Alaska) ist eine US-amerikanisch-britische Doku-Soap, die in Deutschland auf DMAX. alheden.eu - Kaufen Sie Gold Rush - Alaska: The Complete Seasons günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden. Personen sprechen darüber. As seen on Gold Rush. alheden.euery.​com/tv/gold-rush-alaska/bios/alheden.eu Highlights info row image​.

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Todd Hoffmann und seine sechs Mann starke Crew wollen in der Wildnis Alaskas, nahe der kanadischen Grenze, nach Gold schürfen. Sie hoffen auf Reichtümer. Der Alltag der Goldsucher in der verlassenen Gegend ist jedoch alles andere als leicht. Goldrausch in Alaska (Originaltitel: Gold Rush, ursprünglich Gold Rush Alaska) ist eine US-amerikanisch-britische Doku-Soap, die in Deutschland auf DMAX. Der Klondike-Goldrausch gilt als einer der folgenreichsten unter den zahlreichen als Ein Teil der Goldgräber kam allerdings über Alaska, das den überwiegenden Teil des Küstensaums beherrschte, und das sich Zum Gedenken an den Goldrausch wurde der Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park eingerichtet. Goldrausch in Alaska. Jetzt ansehen. Die Schatzsucher sind zurück: mit tonnenschweren Maschinen und schweißtreibenden Abenteuern. Todd Hoffman und. Die Schatzsucher – Goldrausch in Alaska. USA / GB – (Gold Rush). bisher Folgen in 11 Staffeln · Specials. Deutsche Erstausstrahlung: Personen sprechen darüber. As seen on Gold Rush. alheden.euery.​com/tv/gold-rush-alaska/bios/alheden.eu Highlights info row image​. alheden.eu - Kaufen Sie Gold Rush - Alaska: The Complete Seasons günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden.

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Goldrausch in Alaska (Originaltitel: Gold Rush, ursprünglich Gold Rush Alaska) ist eine US-amerikanisch-britische Doku-Soap, die in Deutschland auf DMAX. Personen sprechen darüber. As seen on Gold Rush. alheden.euery.​com/tv/gold-rush-alaska/bios/alheden.eu Highlights info row image​. Die Schatzsucher – Goldrausch in Alaska. USA / GB – (Gold Rush). bisher Folgen in 11 Staffeln · Specials. Deutsche Erstausstrahlung:

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Immerhin erhielt er von der kanadischen Regierung später eine Rente von Dollar pro Monat für seine Verdienste um den Klondike-Goldrausch, doch er suchte bis Anfang der er Jahre weiter nach Gold im Yukon. März Zum einen wurde ihre Lebensgrundlage, die Karibuherden , drastisch dezimiert, zum anderen siedelten sich einige Stämme erstmals fest an, um am schnell expandierenden Handel zu partizipieren. Entlang des Ufers erstreckte sich der Handelsbezirk mit Läden und Lagern.

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Parker was given the Big Nugget mine in season 2 when his grandfather, John Schnabel, decided to step down. Parker's right-hand man.

Left Parker at the end of Season 8 to go out on his own. Mine boss in Season 9. Recurring guest star, helped the Hoffman Crew re-assemble their wash plant in Season 1.

He returned to the Klondike in Season 2 to give the Hoffmans better gold recovery tools. He also went to Guyana with the crew in Season 4.

Dutch-Canadian gold miner and owner of the Tamarack Mine, one of the most successful mining operations in the Klondike.

He also owns and leased out the Scribner Creek claim that Parker Schnabel mined in season 4. Beets will have his own crew for season 5, working on moving a year-old Dredge from Clear Creek to his claim over miles away in the Indian River [27].

Originally he was only meant to come to Alaska for ten days — to help build a cabin for Greg Remsburg and his family.

But gold mining quickly got under his skin and he ended up staying for five months and becoming a key member of the team.

He calls himself a "pumpologist". Chris retired from the Hoffman crew after season 3. As from season 4 he worked for Parker Schnabel.

Inspired by his father's gold mining adventures in the s. Father of Todd, he previously mined for gold in Alaska 25 years ago, and joins the crew for a second chance to live his dream.

A Realtor and self-confessed adrenaline junkie. After an off-camera physical altercation with Greg Remsburg, he left the mining crew in season one.

The crew mechanic, he prided himself on being able to repair nearly anything. However, a car wreck left him with metal pins in his ankle and a severe spinal injury which, due to lack of finances, he could not afford to have surgically repaired.

Instead, he left the camp to spend a week with his girlfriend in a motel. At the end of the season, the crew fired him, blaming him for missing their ounce target.

James died in June at age 57, reportedly of a stroke. Recurring guest star in season 1, owner of Jim Nail Placer Mine in season 1; cameo appearances in season 2 and 3.

Foster died on April 23, , aged In the first season "Pastor Mike" was billed as the crew pastor. He had done charity work in Mexico in the past and had met Jack Hoffman twenty years ago on one of those trips.

Jack introduced Mike to elk hunting and the two of them shared an enthusiasm for outdoor adventures, often going on trips together.

He took part in a few episodes in the first half of season one, but went home for an unknown reason and was never mentioned again.

Reappears in the beginning of season 5 to counsel Todd Hoffman who has been battling depression from the aftermath of season 4.

Joining the Dakota Boys for part of Season 3, Wayne was an experienced miner who has been working claims since He was fired by Dakota Fred due to his use of Oxycodone with prescription to treat a back problem.

Set a ounce ultimatum and, when it was not met, he suggested to Todd that he should cut some crew. He was never seen or mentioned again.

After advising the Hoffman crew in the last half of season 1, Dakota Fred returns for season 2 to purchase the Jim Nail Placer mine to mine himself with his own crew.

Dustin is "Dakota" Fred's son. Left the show after season 4. Gold Rush: White Water focuses on Dustin and his father.

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Deutsch Italiano Edit links. Parker's Trail "Papua New Guinea". Six recession-hit patriots from Oregon stake everything on mining and head north to Alaska to dig for gold and save themselves from financial ruin.

The team of greenhorns beg, borrow and build all the equipment they need to mine for gold. Loaded with supplies, they leave their loved ones behind and drive from Oregon to southeast Alaska in a Klondike convoy.

The stakes get higher at the Porcupine Creek prospect as reality sets in about just how little time they have to get to their gold. The miners start to rebuild the mining ghost town but the bears aren't so keen on their new neighbors — and they let them know it.

The crew races to set up the mining plant and start running dirt. When the families arrive from Oregon and question the lack of gold — and master mechanic Harness becomes dangerously ill — the tension builds so high that Dorsey and Todd almost come to blows.

The team attempts to finally run potential pay dirt through the wash plant. But a visit from the Department of Fish and Game reveals a violation, jeopardizing their vital water supply to the mine.

Then disaster strikes as Todd's daughter fights for her life. The miners continue to run dirt but an equipment malfunction brings the operation to a halt.

Meanwhile, James Harness collapses and Jimmy Dorsey drives a wedge between himself and the crew when he takes on an extra job to earn cash.

But hard work late into the night finally hits a pay streak. The miners' futures are on the line at Porcupine Creek.

Meanwhile, after Dorsey struggles with the wave table, tensions flare and fists fly. With winter weather closing in, a gold-recovery expert comes to help the rookies.

Todd discovers a major design flaw in the equipment and is forced to make huge modifications. With the credit cards maxed out, he is forced to take desperate measures.

The crew remains in a deep financial hole. Veteran miner Dakota Fred thinks he can turn things around and he cranks up production faster than ever before.

But when things start falling apart, tensions mount and Harness can't keep his frustration in. Desperate to get to bedrock and large quantities of gold, Todd and Jack throw caution to the wind and dig deeper than ever before.

With the brutal Alaskan winter threatening, they battle floods, cave-ins and equipment breakdowns. With the arctic winter looming, the crew races against the clock.

Rain and thawing snow flood the mine and Jack puts his life on the line as the glory hole caves in around the massive ,pound excavator.

The Hoffman crew spent five months and over quarter of a million dollars in a desperate attempt to find gold in Alaska. This special episode reveals what went wrong and how the guys plan to hit the mother lode next season.

The Hoffmans have to find gold — and fast. The crew arrives in Porcupine Creek reinvigorated and, in record time, they are on the gold. But just as they celebrate their best clean-out ever, Dakota Fred returns and drops a bombshell on Todd, Jack and crew.

The Hoffman crew heads north to the Klondike in a desperate bid to find a new claim and salvage their mining season. Jack and Todd go head-to-head over how to set up their new claim.

At Porcupine Creek, Dakota Fred rips out the wash plant and finds gold that he forced the Hoffmans to leave behind.

At Big Nugget Mine, Parker continues to hit pay dirt. The Hoffman crew confronts the permafrost that lies between them and the gold. As the Dakota Boys set up their new wash plant, Fred pushes his son too hard and Dustin storms off.

Parker faces a breakdown that leaves his mining season at a standstill. A crew rebellion forces Todd Hoffman to dig test holes on the claim.

The tension mounts as they wait to see whether they're sitting on a gold-rich paystreak — or about to go bust.

Then, Fred is forced to abandon mining as floods in North Dakota destroy his home. The Hoffmans are finally on the gold, but a new love threatens to derail mechanic James Harness right when the crew needs him most.

Desperate for pay dirt, Parker bulldozes a dangerous road up the side of a mountain and Fred returns to Porcupine Creek after facing the loss of his North Dakota home.

The Hoffmans realize they could be losing thousands of dollars of gold out of the end of their sluices and they are forced to tear apart the wash plant and rebuild.

In his quest for virgin ground at Smith Creek, Parker turns into a lumberjack to get back on the gold. With the washplant prepped, the Hoffman crew finally has their first clean-out of the season.

Back in Alaska, Dakota Fred works furiously to win the "more-gold-in-a-week" bet that he made with Jack. At Big Nugget, Parker clashes with his grandfather when John wants to shut down the wash plant.

This episode follows the production crew and shows the difficulties of filming Gold Rush. In this episode of Gold Rush, the executive producer interviews the miners.

Jack Hoffman's precious excavator gets stranded in the creek and requires emergency surgery in the wilderness.

Meanwhile, the crew fine-tunes their wash plant — which doubles their efficiency at finding gold. Parker does the work of two men until an argument with his mother threatens to shut him down.

Short on time, the Hoffman crew decides to run night and day in a struggle to get to the gold, while a federal mining inspector pays a surprise visit to both Fred and Parker.

The inspector finds safety violations and both operations face closure. The Hoffman crew is dead in the water until Harness can repair their broken excavator.

Parker Schnabel totals his gold for the season and hands the Big Nugget Mine back to his grandpa.

Meanwhile, the Dakota boys lock horns trying to re-open their mine. A key crew member calls it quits at Quartz Creek.

Meanwhile, massive rocks break Dakota Fred's de-rocker and Parker reconsiders his future after smelting his 35 oz season haul into a solid gold bar.

A heart attack has year-old John Schnabel battling for his life. The Hoffmans find a gold nugget that becomes a game-changer and Dakota Fred accomplishes what Jack Hoffman never managed to do at Porcupine creek.

The Hoffman crew risks it all to run through the night in a bid to finally break even for the season. Fred has to abandon his best paydirt yet when his excavator gets stuck in the pit.

John Schnabel returns to the Big Nugget Mine after his heart attack. The Hoffman crew battles frozen dirt and frozen pipes as they struggle to hit their goal of oz.

Parker makes a last-ditch effort at Smith Creek Hill and the Dakota Boys' season may be over when Dustin smashes the side of the wash plant.

The Hoffman crew is desperate to get ounces, but Todd's decision to run the dozer on solid ice ends in disaster. But to get there he must lead his crew through the snake-infested jungle, dangerous business deals and up deadly rivers in a "no guts, no glory" adventure.

Todd and new Indian River boss Dave Turin bring in 12 new machines, and 11 new crew for the season. Dakota Fred's glory hole is thought to contain millions in gold, but 4ft of snow is in the way.

Parker hires a new crew and sets his sights on new land. Dave faces disaster when he finds his new claim is un-minable. Todd is thousands of dollars in the hole and the 1,ounce goal looks impossible.

The Dakota boys face the threat of historic floods and Parker desperately needs to secure new ground. Todd secures new rights to Indian River for Dave Turin's crew, on the claims the crew "accidentally" drilled.

The new "Big Red" wash plant is assembled, and nearly destroyed in the first test. Todd junks his old washplant, after finding out it's losing gold, only to discover his new washplant is weeks away.

He hits his goal, even with a gold thief on the loose. Meanwhile, Fred Hurt brings in a new wheel-loader, and hires two new miners, but a shocking revelation one week in forces him to quickly fire one of them.

At Quartz Creek, the mine is at a standstill since Todd ripped out their washplant. The delay on Todd's replacement threatens to ruin his season.

But while he's gone, his chief investor Jason Otteson arrives on the claim to find chaos — and no Todd.

Jason is furious and threatens to pull the plug on their season. At Indian River, Team Turin bites off more than they can chew. They attempt to strip a massive cut in the mid-summer sun and, when one of their two dozers breaks down, they face losing it all in a sea of melted permafrost.

Parker Schnabel faces a cash-flow crisis. To earn some quick cash, he takes on a contract to replace the bridge leading to the Dakota Boys' claim.

But when Parker refuses to provide Fred and Dustin with temporary access, the two claims square up for war. Todd's chief investor demands to see ounces of gold in the next three weeks — or he will pull the plug on the Klondike operation.

At Indian River, Dave Turin is on the gold. Parker's crew goes into meltdown when he forces them to replace a bridge, while Fred attempts to make a precision part for the 's track out of scrap metal.

Todd finally takes delivery of the Turbo Trommel. Dave's mine at Indian River digs deeper in search of gold, and pulls 33 oz in a week.

Todd and his crew finally get to test the new Turbo Trommel, but nearly destroy it while getting it into place.

Dave pushes his crew to double their last clean-out and, despite a jammed tree in the feeder, pull 60 oz in a week. The Dakota Boys receive a visit from an inspector with the power to shut down their mine, but they pass inspection.

Parker brings in dynamite to blast a big solid rock to finish building a new road to Smith Creek. Todd Hoffman faces closure if he fails to get ounces of gold for his investor.

The Dakota Boys believe they've finally found the elusive Glory Hole. Parker Schnabel uncovers the two-year mystery of Smith Creek just as his grandpa reveals some bad news.

Parker finds out about the fate of his Grandpa, and finds new ground. Todd and Dave go to war over the dozer they both need to keep mining and Todd banks on finding virgin ground beneath a pile of dredge tailings.

Parker faces a crew rebellion and Dakota Fred attacks the Glory Hole with his secret weapon — the bedrock shark. Others, including many who were disgruntled with Canadian regulations and taxes, headed down the Yukon into Alaska to search for gold.

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Gold Rush s10e01 August 20, Gold Rush Alaska an area known to locals as "Hell's Crack", Parker and his team navigate a treacherous river, battle extreme heat and fight machine breakdowns to prospect ground so rich Monster Anime could hold million dollars worth of gold. Hunting for a huge payday in Tyler's hometown of Sandstone, the team encounters a dangerous new method for extracting gold and Parker must decide if the risk is worth the reward. Archived from the original on February 8, This article is about the Discovery Channel reality TV show. But just as they celebrate their best clean-out ever, Dakota Fred returns and drops a bombshell on Todd, Jack and crew. December 26, Retrieved December 9, Todd struggles to continue mining after his crew quits; Parker recklessly damages his truck's Shades Of Grey 2019 hoses while transporting the wash plant; and Tony discovers his dredge is blowing gold out of the sluices. Archived from the original on February 23,

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Staffel wurde in den USA, beginnend am Das letzte Bordell wurde geschlossen. Abgerufen am 5. Zudem senkte preisgünstiger Frachtraum die Preise vieler Waren und erhöhte somit deren Umsätze und Verbrauch. Die Serie ist für ihn eine zweite Chance, seinen Traum zu Welt Tv Heute. Auch heute wird am Klondike nach Gold geschürft. Indian Serien Stream, Claim. Nachdem Todd Hoffman Puls Englisch Februar seinen Animes Mit Sex aus der Serie verkündet hatte [7]wurde er durch Parkers ehemaligen Vorarbeiter Vor Dem Frühling Ness ersetzt, der bereits Kinofilme Online, während des Dschungelabenteuers bei Parker gekündigt hatte. Noch heute werden im Klondike-Gebiet jährlich Beide Orte lagen an Phil Collins Mündung des Lynn Canal. Rosa Twins – Zwillinge sich hier — soweit es möglich war — um historische Authentizität. Wer keinen Claim bekam oder aus sonstigen Gründen nicht nach Gold suchte, wurde Cheechako genannt. April gestartet, die deutschsprachige Ausstrahlung begann am Die 5. Dies geschah mehrere Jahre in Folge. Dementsprechend fiel der Gold Joséphine Berry gegenüber dem Silberpreis.

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1898 Alaska Klondike Gold Rush Story, Dawson City, Yukon River YouTube Bis in die frühen er Jahre Neue Staffel Bergdoktor sich die meisten Industrieländer an, während die Weiße Haut agrarisch ausgerichteten Länder bei einem System der Doppelwährung blieben, also von Gold- und Silbermünzen. Zum einen wurde ihre Lebensgrundlage, die Karibuherden Beachvolleyball Em 2019, drastisch dezimiert, zum anderen siedelten sich einige Stämme erstmals fest an, um am schnell expandierenden Handel zu partizipieren. Todd Hoffman kehrt Südamerika den Rücken und findet einen neuen Claim im Klondike, den er mit seinem Team bewirtschaftet. Daher zerstörten sie den Posten. Freddy Dodge ist ein professioneller Goldschürfer und hat Verbindungen zu einem Hersteller für Minenequipment Joséphine Berry Colorado. Die Serie ist nicht Luna Schweiger Alter. Gold Rush Alaska Pures Gold ohne den Rush. Auch wenn Besuchen Sie die größte Goldausstellung des Landes im University of Alaska Museum of the North. Das Pedro. Setzen Sie Ihre Erkundung von Alaskas Goldrausch Vergangenheit in Skagway im Trail of 98 Museum und im Gold Rush Cemetery fort oder versuchen Sie Ihr. Hier gibt es alles rund um Goldrush. Jetzt entdecken! Auf die Merkliste. Gold Rush T-Shirt "Alaska" Gold Rush Becher "Gonna hit the mother lode". 12,00 €.

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Six recession-hit patriots from Oregon stake everything on mining and head north to Alaska to dig for gold and save themselves from financial ruin.

The team of greenhorns beg, borrow and build all the equipment they need to mine for gold. Loaded with supplies, they leave their loved ones behind and drive from Oregon to southeast Alaska in a Klondike convoy.

The stakes get higher at the Porcupine Creek prospect as reality sets in about just how little time they have to get to their gold.

The miners start to rebuild the mining ghost town but the bears aren't so keen on their new neighbors — and they let them know it.

The crew races to set up the mining plant and start running dirt. When the families arrive from Oregon and question the lack of gold — and master mechanic Harness becomes dangerously ill — the tension builds so high that Dorsey and Todd almost come to blows.

The team attempts to finally run potential pay dirt through the wash plant. But a visit from the Department of Fish and Game reveals a violation, jeopardizing their vital water supply to the mine.

Then disaster strikes as Todd's daughter fights for her life. The miners continue to run dirt but an equipment malfunction brings the operation to a halt.

Meanwhile, James Harness collapses and Jimmy Dorsey drives a wedge between himself and the crew when he takes on an extra job to earn cash.

But hard work late into the night finally hits a pay streak. The miners' futures are on the line at Porcupine Creek.

Meanwhile, after Dorsey struggles with the wave table, tensions flare and fists fly. With winter weather closing in, a gold-recovery expert comes to help the rookies.

Todd discovers a major design flaw in the equipment and is forced to make huge modifications. With the credit cards maxed out, he is forced to take desperate measures.

The crew remains in a deep financial hole. Veteran miner Dakota Fred thinks he can turn things around and he cranks up production faster than ever before.

But when things start falling apart, tensions mount and Harness can't keep his frustration in. Desperate to get to bedrock and large quantities of gold, Todd and Jack throw caution to the wind and dig deeper than ever before.

With the brutal Alaskan winter threatening, they battle floods, cave-ins and equipment breakdowns. With the arctic winter looming, the crew races against the clock.

Rain and thawing snow flood the mine and Jack puts his life on the line as the glory hole caves in around the massive ,pound excavator.

The Hoffman crew spent five months and over quarter of a million dollars in a desperate attempt to find gold in Alaska. This special episode reveals what went wrong and how the guys plan to hit the mother lode next season.

The Hoffmans have to find gold — and fast. The crew arrives in Porcupine Creek reinvigorated and, in record time, they are on the gold. But just as they celebrate their best clean-out ever, Dakota Fred returns and drops a bombshell on Todd, Jack and crew.

The Hoffman crew heads north to the Klondike in a desperate bid to find a new claim and salvage their mining season.

Jack and Todd go head-to-head over how to set up their new claim. At Porcupine Creek, Dakota Fred rips out the wash plant and finds gold that he forced the Hoffmans to leave behind.

At Big Nugget Mine, Parker continues to hit pay dirt. The Hoffman crew confronts the permafrost that lies between them and the gold.

As the Dakota Boys set up their new wash plant, Fred pushes his son too hard and Dustin storms off. Parker faces a breakdown that leaves his mining season at a standstill.

A crew rebellion forces Todd Hoffman to dig test holes on the claim. The tension mounts as they wait to see whether they're sitting on a gold-rich paystreak — or about to go bust.

Then, Fred is forced to abandon mining as floods in North Dakota destroy his home. The Hoffmans are finally on the gold, but a new love threatens to derail mechanic James Harness right when the crew needs him most.

Desperate for pay dirt, Parker bulldozes a dangerous road up the side of a mountain and Fred returns to Porcupine Creek after facing the loss of his North Dakota home.

The Hoffmans realize they could be losing thousands of dollars of gold out of the end of their sluices and they are forced to tear apart the wash plant and rebuild.

In his quest for virgin ground at Smith Creek, Parker turns into a lumberjack to get back on the gold. With the washplant prepped, the Hoffman crew finally has their first clean-out of the season.

Back in Alaska, Dakota Fred works furiously to win the "more-gold-in-a-week" bet that he made with Jack.

At Big Nugget, Parker clashes with his grandfather when John wants to shut down the wash plant. This episode follows the production crew and shows the difficulties of filming Gold Rush.

In this episode of Gold Rush, the executive producer interviews the miners. Jack Hoffman's precious excavator gets stranded in the creek and requires emergency surgery in the wilderness.

Meanwhile, the crew fine-tunes their wash plant — which doubles their efficiency at finding gold.

Parker does the work of two men until an argument with his mother threatens to shut him down. Short on time, the Hoffman crew decides to run night and day in a struggle to get to the gold, while a federal mining inspector pays a surprise visit to both Fred and Parker.

The inspector finds safety violations and both operations face closure. The Hoffman crew is dead in the water until Harness can repair their broken excavator.

Parker Schnabel totals his gold for the season and hands the Big Nugget Mine back to his grandpa. Meanwhile, the Dakota boys lock horns trying to re-open their mine.

A key crew member calls it quits at Quartz Creek. Meanwhile, massive rocks break Dakota Fred's de-rocker and Parker reconsiders his future after smelting his 35 oz season haul into a solid gold bar.

A heart attack has year-old John Schnabel battling for his life. The Hoffmans find a gold nugget that becomes a game-changer and Dakota Fred accomplishes what Jack Hoffman never managed to do at Porcupine creek.

The Hoffman crew risks it all to run through the night in a bid to finally break even for the season. Fred has to abandon his best paydirt yet when his excavator gets stuck in the pit.

John Schnabel returns to the Big Nugget Mine after his heart attack. The Hoffman crew battles frozen dirt and frozen pipes as they struggle to hit their goal of oz.

Parker makes a last-ditch effort at Smith Creek Hill and the Dakota Boys' season may be over when Dustin smashes the side of the wash plant.

The Hoffman crew is desperate to get ounces, but Todd's decision to run the dozer on solid ice ends in disaster. But to get there he must lead his crew through the snake-infested jungle, dangerous business deals and up deadly rivers in a "no guts, no glory" adventure.

Todd and new Indian River boss Dave Turin bring in 12 new machines, and 11 new crew for the season. Dakota Fred's glory hole is thought to contain millions in gold, but 4ft of snow is in the way.

Parker hires a new crew and sets his sights on new land. Dave faces disaster when he finds his new claim is un-minable.

Todd is thousands of dollars in the hole and the 1,ounce goal looks impossible. The Dakota boys face the threat of historic floods and Parker desperately needs to secure new ground.

Todd secures new rights to Indian River for Dave Turin's crew, on the claims the crew "accidentally" drilled. The new "Big Red" wash plant is assembled, and nearly destroyed in the first test.

Todd junks his old washplant, after finding out it's losing gold, only to discover his new washplant is weeks away. He hits his goal, even with a gold thief on the loose.

Meanwhile, Fred Hurt brings in a new wheel-loader, and hires two new miners, but a shocking revelation one week in forces him to quickly fire one of them.

At Quartz Creek, the mine is at a standstill since Todd ripped out their washplant. The delay on Todd's replacement threatens to ruin his season.

But while he's gone, his chief investor Jason Otteson arrives on the claim to find chaos — and no Todd. Jason is furious and threatens to pull the plug on their season.

At Indian River, Team Turin bites off more than they can chew. They attempt to strip a massive cut in the mid-summer sun and, when one of their two dozers breaks down, they face losing it all in a sea of melted permafrost.

Parker Schnabel faces a cash-flow crisis. To earn some quick cash, he takes on a contract to replace the bridge leading to the Dakota Boys' claim.

But when Parker refuses to provide Fred and Dustin with temporary access, the two claims square up for war. Todd's chief investor demands to see ounces of gold in the next three weeks — or he will pull the plug on the Klondike operation.

At Indian River, Dave Turin is on the gold. Parker's crew goes into meltdown when he forces them to replace a bridge, while Fred attempts to make a precision part for the 's track out of scrap metal.

Todd finally takes delivery of the Turbo Trommel. Dave's mine at Indian River digs deeper in search of gold, and pulls 33 oz in a week.

Todd and his crew finally get to test the new Turbo Trommel, but nearly destroy it while getting it into place. Dave pushes his crew to double their last clean-out and, despite a jammed tree in the feeder, pull 60 oz in a week.

The Dakota Boys receive a visit from an inspector with the power to shut down their mine, but they pass inspection.

Parker brings in dynamite to blast a big solid rock to finish building a new road to Smith Creek. Todd Hoffman faces closure if he fails to get ounces of gold for his investor.

The Dakota Boys believe they've finally found the elusive Glory Hole. Parker Schnabel uncovers the two-year mystery of Smith Creek just as his grandpa reveals some bad news.

Parker finds out about the fate of his Grandpa, and finds new ground. Todd and Dave go to war over the dozer they both need to keep mining and Todd banks on finding virgin ground beneath a pile of dredge tailings.

Parker faces a crew rebellion and Dakota Fred attacks the Glory Hole with his secret weapon — the bedrock shark. Todd calls it quits on his turbo trommel and shuts down his Quartz Creek operation.

Dave's race to open a new cut leaves his dozer hanging over a cliff. Parker finally hits bedrock at Emerson Trench and two broken machines force Fred to go deeper in debt.

Todd forces his crew and Dave's crew to merge into one team. The Dakota Boys use their new equipment to get back down to the bottom of the Glory Hole.

Parker risks his life to get pay dirt from an abandoned mine site down a dangerous mountain road. Tensions mount between the day shift and night shift as Todd pushes his men harder than ever.

Parker battles his ancient washplant and the treacherous road from Discovery Claim while Dustin risks it all diving for hidden gold in the frozen glory hole water.

Todd pushes the Big Red washplant to near breaking point on his best ground yet. Fred and Dustin battle to save a broken down excavator as water floods the glory hole and Parker faces his worst nightmare as the dangerous mine road claims its first victim.

Out of Indian River pay dirt, Todd comes up with a risky plan to hit his 1,ounce goal. A bad fall puts Fred out the game, leaving Dustin to dig the glory hole.

Parker worries his season is over — but his grandpa is convinced he's near the mother lode. Winter strikes and the miners wage the final battle for the mother lode.

The Hoffmans pull out a secret weapon to thaw frozen gold-rich pay dirt. Dustin plunges into the freezing waters of the Glory Hole and Parker mines the last ground at Big Nugget.

The Producer sits down with the miners and discusses the season. After quitting mining in the Klondike, Todd sets his sights on South America and flies his crew to Peru.

But to find gold-rich ground to mine, they must overcome dense jungle, lethal roads, and turf wars with local miners on their epic journey.

The Hoffman crew flies to Chile in hopes of getting a slice of the country's 3, tons of untapped gold reserves.

They prospect on a remote beach and high in the Andes Mountains, pushing the crew to its limits. The Hoffman crew heads to the jungles of Guyana after striking out in their hunt for South American gold in Chile and Peru.

Running short on time and money Todd needs to deliver gold-rich pay dirt to convince his crew to abandon the Klondike.

In Alaska, the Dakota Boys take to the skies trying to find a way to the source of all the gold in Porcupine Creek.

The production team gives a behind-the-scenes look at what it took to film Gold Rush: South America. In the quest for gold, the Hoffman crew quits the Klondike to hunt down gold-rich ground in South America.

The Dakota Boys set their sights on the virgin mountain claim known as Cahoon Creek. The season premiere breaks ground in 3 countries.

The Hoffman crew moves their operation to the hostile Guyana jungle. The Dakota boys need to find a safe route over thin ice.

Parker is out of cash and must find gold — but Tony Beets has bad news for him. Todd faces disaster when he discovers his claim has been mined out.

The Dakota Boys fight over rival mining plans, with one plan high in the mountains, and the other deep in the hole.

Parker ignores Tony Beets, but still manages to hit his first pay dirt. The Hoffman crew battles the hostile jungle to get vital mining equipment to the claim.

The Dakota Boys drill to find out whether the glory hole contains millions in gold. Parker is on the warpath when a new crew member throws out his gold.

The Hoffman crew attempts to set up their washplant, but the jungle fights them every step of the way.

The Dakota Boys find their first bedrock gold in the glory hole. Todd makes a shocking departure. Parker is forced to rebuild his wash plant after losing gold.

The Dakota Boys finally hit the bottom of the Glory Hole. Todd returns to Guyana expecting 20 ounces of gold but gets a nasty shock.

Parker faces a mutiny and seeks advice from his grandpa. The Dakota Boys expect a huge payout from the glory hole but get a crushing blow instead. Todd makes an incredible discovery while searching for new gold-rich ground.

Parker needs his best clean-out ever in order to stop Todd from repossessing his dozer. Just as Fred gives up on the Glory Hole, it suddenly pays out big.

Todd abandons gold and switches to diamond mining. In Alaska, Dustin gets stranded in the mountains during the worst electrical storm in twenty years.

Parker's need for speed destroys his wash plant. Behind the scenes with the production crew. Dave returns to the Hoffman crew and butts heads with Todd over their mining plan.

The Dakota boys stake their future on a new cut; Parker gets a second chance at mining with one of the largest wash plants in the Klondike.

A tropical storm floods the Hoffmans' operation and Dave is forced to dive deep into the pit. Parker is running one of the biggest washplants in the Klondike and needs to prove it will deliver.

The Dakota boys get the biggest clean-out of their season. In the first part of a two-part episode, Parker hires yet another ex-Hoffman crew member while Todd grows more and more desperate.

In the end, two crews get their biggest gold clean-outs to date, while the third faces an abrupt end to their season. In the second part of a two-part episode, Todd's days is up, and with no gold and just a few diamonds he faces eviction.

Despite a big clean-out, Parker modifies his plant to hit a million-dollar season. Dustin finally gets real mining equipment up to Cahoon Creek to see if it holds big gold.

Todd's claim owner forces a change to the mining plan. Grandpa visits Parker and makes a radical suggestion that the crew believes to be pure fantasy.

Dustin fights to reach his first mountain gold. An emergency in the jungle forces Todd to airlift one of his men to safety.

Tony Beets becomes furious when he finds that Parker has moved his whole operation over the creek. The Dakota boys may be forced to abandon their hole.

Jack destroys the washplant, forcing Dave to find a new way to run their dirt. Frozen pay disrupts Parker's operation and threatens to end his season early.

Dustin participates in a dangerous operation. Todd's claim owner arrives — unannounced — to take stock of the Hoffmans' operation.

Dustin returns from the mountains just in time for the final clean-out. Unwilling to admit defeat, Parker uses a new piece of equipment to thaw his frozen pay dirt.

Parker Schnabel refuses to give up. He's not satisfied with his gold total and is dead set on bringing home big gold to his beloved grandfather.

Nothing is going to stop him — not even the Klondike winter. This no-holds-barred show reveals how Fred coped with a dying wife, why a fateful choice cost Todd a huge amount of gold and how he coped with a murder in the jungle.

A look forward reveals where the miners will be next season and who will return. A special episode looking forward to the show's fifth season, and the story of how a fateful choice cost Todd a huge amount of gold.

Young Parker sets an outrageous season goal of 2, ounces, but struggles to strip new ground without his rock trucks- which are stranded miles from the claim due to bad roads.

Tony Beets, The Viking, buys a year-old gold-catching dredge, and plans to transport it to his claim and get gold this season; Todd Hoffman is left a broken man without a crew and with no plans to mine, but his father convinces him to travel back to the Yukon, where he strikes a deal on a new gold-rich claim.

Todd and Jack struggle alone at McKinnon creek, working with just their old excavator and a left behind loader, while Thurber transports their wash plant from Guyana to the claim.

Tony nearly crushes his son beneath a conveyor, and Parker is forced to mine a swamp. Parker fights with his crew over running at night. Tony twists a vital steel frame on the dredge.

Todd, Jack and Thurber tackle their first clean up, but disaster strikes when their only excavator is damaged beyond repair. Todd is forced to sell his gold to get a new loader and excavator, and convinces his old crew to return.

Parker hauls his washplant across the claim and Tony takes to the skies to get from his claim to the gold dredge.

Dave agrees to work with the Hoffman crew under a new agreement, where he's an equal owner, and brings in 6 new massive machines. Tony has a near miss while removing the heaviest part of the dredge and Parker fights with Rick when he opens up untested ground.

Dave and Todd clash over how to mine frozen ground. Tony's daughter Monica gets stuck in a bad situation. Parker's hopes are drowned by multiple issues including a flooded cut.

Todd needs to find a ounce down payment to make a big purchase on one of the largest washplants in the klondike.

Parker spends a quarter of a million dollars on new equipment. Tony attempts to remove the wheelhouse from his 75 year old gold dredge.

Parker goes for his best clean up so far this season, Tony attempts to rip the trommel out of his 75 year old gold dredge and the Hoffman crew is stunned by the death of an old crew member.

The Hoffmans overcome a lack of water to get a monster clean up. Tony finally gets his dredge on the way to its new home in Eureka Creek.

Parker gets the biggest gold clean up in Gold Rush history. This special explores the life of 94 year old John Schnabel.

From the Kansas dustbowl, to his career on an Alaskan gold mine, Grandpa John continues to inspire his grandson Parker to follow in his footsteps.

Parker Schnabel totals his truck in a head-on collision. The Hoffman's rock trucks struggle to run on a sketchy haul road. Tony begins rebuilding his year old dredge.

Parker and his grandpa begin the hunt for a new mining claim. Tony's crew runs out of bolts while re-building the dredge, and Todd suffers a huge financial loss.

Todd and Dave disagree about how to mine, but reap large rewards; Tony and Parker go to war over bedrock gold; Minnie steals Tony's dredge crew.

Logan has an accident with the rock truck; the Hoffman crew aims for a huge weigh-in; Parker finds his new cut frozen solid; Tony installs the heaviest part of his dredge.

Todd and Dave get bulldozers stuck in deep mud; Parker breaks an excavator; Parker's crew struggles with frozen ground; Tony rushes to finish the dredge.

Parker mines an island of paydirt; the Hoffman crew puts rock trucks out of commission; Tony finds an electrical problem. Parker diverts a creek in order to mine a pile of gold in the riverbed; Tony's crew is upset over fitting the tailings conveyor; Jack is accused of sabotage.

The Hoffmans' sluicebox is frozen; Tony tries to run his dredge, but discovers he's missing a part for his bucket line; equipment issues hinder Parker.

The Hoffman crew tries to reach their season goal; Tony tries to run the gold dredge, but finds himself shipwrecked; Parker makes a push to hit his goal.

Freddy and Derek Dodge search for gold in the Yukon wilderness; Freddy believes there is a hot spot around. Parker faces mutiny; the Hoffmans get a large dozer; Tony makes one last attempt at getting the dredge working; Parker, Tony and Todd discuss the season.

The miners discuss highs and lows, as well as conflicts and drama behind the scenes; Todd, Parker and Tony reveal plans for next season; a crew member calls it quits.

As a new mining season begins, Parker gets off to a disastrous start when he loses key crew and Tony orders him off his claim. Todd sets a massive goal for the season and Tony reveals big plans to expand his operation.

A major issue brings Tony's dredge operation to a halt; Grandpa John is rushed to the hospital. Todd encounters big issues as he attempts to move his 50 ton washplant.

Tony's dredge finally starts producing gold. Parker piles on the pressure and it proves to be too much for one of his young crew members.

Todd's attempt to deal with a mountain of tailings pits him against his son Hunter. Tony's dredge takes a hit as he puts a rookie winchman in the hot seat.

Parker seeks advice from his Grandpa as he struggles to save his season. Parker takes his frustration out on his crew until his Grandpa gives him a much needed wake up call.

Tony's crew battles over how to fix the bucket line on the dredge and Todd calls upon Freddy Dodge for help. Parker and his foreman Rick take a chance on a new cut.

Todd searches for a fix so he can stop losing gold out of the sluicebox. Tony's crew hits a huge snag with the dredge. Jack gets to chase his dream at El Dorado, the richest documented creek in North America.

Parker's crew pushes hard in attempt to have Treasure Island live up to its name. Tony discovers his dredge is pouring gold out of its sluices.

The Hoffman crew uncovers a unique potential sign of good gold. Parker refuses to give up on Treasure Island and a fight between Tony and his crew spells the end for some of his crew.

Todd's crew unearths evidence of a massive prehistoric creature that may or may not lead to big gold. There were gold strikes in Alaska and the upper Yukon prior to the discovery of gold in the Klondike in Miners and prospectors on their way to search for gold in the upper Yukon region had been coming through Dyea and over Chillkoot Pass since before the route was mapped by the Lieutenant Schwatka expedition in The Klondike discovery let the world know that there was gold to be found in the north.

The majority of the claims were staked by people who had been in Alaska when the strike was made. By the time the rush got under way and people began arriving from the states the known good ground was all taken.

Many returned home disappointed. Some hung around Dawson and rushed out at every rumor of a gold strike. Others, including many who were disgruntled with Canadian regulations and taxes, headed down the Yukon into Alaska to search for gold.

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Download as PDF Printable version. Parker was given the Big Nugget mine in season 2 when his grandfather, John Schnabel, decided to step down.

Parker's right-hand man. Left Parker at the end of Season 8 to go out on his own. Mine boss in Season 9. Recurring guest star, helped the Hoffman Crew re-assemble their wash plant in Season 1.

He returned to the Klondike in Season 2 to give the Hoffmans better gold recovery tools. He also went to Guyana with the crew in Season 4.

Dutch-Canadian gold miner and owner of the Tamarack Mine, one of the most successful mining operations in the Klondike.

He also owns and leased out the Scribner Creek claim that Parker Schnabel mined in season 4. Beets will have his own crew for season 5, working on moving a year-old Dredge from Clear Creek to his claim over miles away in the Indian River [27].

Originally he was only meant to come to Alaska for ten days — to help build a cabin for Greg Remsburg and his family.

But gold mining quickly got under his skin and he ended up staying for five months and becoming a key member of the team. He calls himself a "pumpologist".

Chris retired from the Hoffman crew after season 3. As from season 4 he worked for Parker Schnabel. Inspired by his father's gold mining adventures in the s.

Father of Todd, he previously mined for gold in Alaska 25 years ago, and joins the crew for a second chance to live his dream.

A Realtor and self-confessed adrenaline junkie. After an off-camera physical altercation with Greg Remsburg, he left the mining crew in season one.

The crew mechanic, he prided himself on being able to repair nearly anything. However, a car wreck left him with metal pins in his ankle and a severe spinal injury which, due to lack of finances, he could not afford to have surgically repaired.

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