To strike it rich, gold miners risk it all, and when it goes wrong it can result in an epic fail: flipped rock trucks, a burning washplant, sunken excavators and more. From Hoffman to the Beets and Parker, these are the gold miners biggest screwups.
Experts step in to help the miners of Gold Rush with technology, ingenuity and mechanical innovation to find the most prized element in human history.
A recap of the most disastrous breakdowns and heroic bush fixes during seven seasons of gold mining. With hundreds of thousands of dollars at stake, the miners have battled broken machinery and made ingenious fixes to deliver millions of dollars in gold.
America's favorite mine boss, Rick Ness, has led an extraordinary life. From college football to touring with a rock-and-roll band, and from ending up in the Yukon to starting a claim of his own, his path has been anything but straight.
The washplants used in gold mining have trapped more than $18 million worth of gold over the years. A look at which machines have made or lost the most money for the miners.