In Season 6 of Gold Rush, Parker goes head to head with rival Todd to see who will be King of the Klondike. Klondike legend Tony puts everything on the line to prove that the future of gold mining involves a decrepit 70 year old dredge.
The inspiring untold story of how gold miner Todd Hoffman set out to escape the economic downturn and build a better future in the gold fields of the frozen north.
The washplants featured on Gold Rush have trapped more than $18m worth of gold, but which monster machines have made the most or lost the most money?
The Dakota Boys have been an influential duo in the gold mining world. Now, before they begin the life-threatening attempt to mine for gold in the white water rapids of McKinley Creek, we take a look back on how they got started.
The miners reveal the secrets of the gold mining season: the life and death issues on Parker’s claim, how Tony Beets was defeated by a piece of paper and how a fight on the Hoffman claim brought about the end of a seven-year veteran.