Yukon River

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The Yukon River is a river in northwestern North America. It starts in British Columbia, continues through the Yukon Territory, and ends in Alaska. It empties into the Bering Sea. It is the longest river in Alaska and the Yukon. It was one of the main ways that people travelled during the 1896–1903 Klondike Gold Rush.