PARTS OF YUKON’S
Ridge Road Heritage Trail, built in 1899 during the Klondike Gold Rush, are “corduroy road.” What does this mean? a) Rich mineral deposits give the ground a striped appearance. b) Logs were laid down in rows to add stability to the trail. c) It was a general term for any supply route (think “silk road”). d) Way markers were made from the durable cotton material.