Gold Rush Season 7 Episode 14 live stream
Gold Rush Season 7 Episode 14 live stream,Gold Rush (titled Gold Rush: Alaska for the first season) is a reality television series that airs on Discovery. The seventh season of the show began airing in the United States on October 14, 2016 and in the UK and Ireland on the 18th of October 2016.
Gold Rush Season 7 Episode 14 live stream,The show focuses on the mining of gold placer deposits found in the Yukon Territory, Canada by various teams of miners.
Gold Rush Season 7 Episode 14 live stream,The first season (show named Gold Rush: Alaska) featured six men from Sandy, Oregon, a small town 30 miles (48 km) southeast of Portland, who, due to the economic downturn, have lost their jobs. They decided on an all-stakes gamble – travel to Porcupine Creek, Alaska and prospect for gold. Most of the people on the show have little or no previous gold mining experience and must learn on the job.
The third season began in October 2012. The Hoffman crew returned to the Klondike to once again mine the Quartz Creek site but also brought on additional crewmen to simultaneously work another site in the area. But, with Hoffman having delays and equipment trouble at his site, they decided to merge. Parker Schnabel returned to the Big Nugget Mine site with larger and more efficient equipment, while “Dakota” Fred Hurt and his crew returned to the Porcupine Creek site.
Gold Rush Season 7 Episode 14 live stream,The Hoffman crew mined 803oz. of gold earning them over $1.28 million, Parker and Dakota Fred mined 191oz. and 163oz, respectively, worth over a quarter million dollars each. This in comparison to the first season where nobody recovered more than 50oz. of gold.
The fourth season began airing August 2013 and started with a pre-season episode called “The Dirt” featuring interviews with all of the teams featured in season three. “Gold Rush: Guyana South America” features the Hoffman crew in South America, Parker Schnabel guest-mining on new land with mentor Tony Beets, and “Dakota” Fred Hurt and his son Dustin mining at Cahoon Creek, a hard-to-reach, post-glacial area mined only with pickaxes in the late 1800s.