Klondike Trappers - Netflix
Klondike Trappers follows a group of brave souls who are pursuing an ancient and dangerous way of life in the frozen wilderness that borders Alaska and Yukon. For these men, women and their families, winter trapping is not only a deep passion – it's their job. And they risk their lives to do it. In temperatures that reach 40 below — where skin freezes, snowmobiles break down, daylight fades fast, thin ice looms and predators are a constant threat — one wrong move can cost you everything.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Klondike Trappers - Northern (genre) - Netflix
The Northern or Northwestern is a genre in various arts which tell stories set primarily in the later half of the 19th century in the north of North America, primarily in Canada but also in Alaska. It is similar to the Western genre but many elements are different, as appropriate to its setting. It is common for central character to be a Mountie instead of a cowboy or sheriff. Other common characters include fur trappers and traders, lumberjacks, prospectors, First Nations people, settlers and townsfolk. International interest in the region and the genre was fuelled by the Klondike Gold Rush (1896–99) and subsequent works surrounding it, fiction and non-fiction. The genre was extremely popular in the inter-war years of the twentieth century. Northerns are still produced but popularity waned in the late 1950s.
Klondike Trappers - Comics - Netflix
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