Adventurers Silky Harris and Reno McKee prepare to travel to the Klondike region in search of gold. Singer Rocky Shaw, upon hearing a strange tale about gold buried in the snow, decides to make the trip along with Silky and Reno.
Skagway saloon owner Nifty Cronin agrees to ship gold dust stateside for Silky Harris but the boat mysteriously sinks. Is shifty Nifty trying to pull a fast one?
Reno McKee is joined by three suspicious characters while hauling a load of dynamite over a hazardous trail to Nome.
When a supply ship is trapped in an early freeze on its way to an isolated mining town, the greedy town storekeeper decides to take advantage of the situation.
Nifty Cronin has acquired the mortgage on Silky and Reno's mining property and threatens to foreclose. Not having enough money to make the payment things look dire for our heroes until a baby is abandoned on their doorstep. They decide to raise money by holding a "Name the Baby" contest.
Silky, Reno, and Rocky plan to stage a concert starring opera singer Maria Julien but after arriving the songstress suddenly loses her voice.
Four men assault Reno McKee for seemingly no reason and then proceed to purchase an apparently worthless gold mine.
A miner dies after being attacked by a strange monster. Silky and another miner then compete in a race for ownership of his mine.
Soapy Smith suddenly gets patriotic and organizes a special Skagway detachment to fight in the Spanish-American War. Silky Harris joins up to uncover Soapy's real motives.
Reno and Rocky decide to help a young Native American named Kat who wants to go to the Lower 48.
Reno is framed for murder and his only hope for acquittal is an alcoholic lawyer whom Rocky and Silky try to keep sober.
Reno McKee's younger brother and his new bride arrive in Skagway and decide to strike out on their own in the gold fields.
When Silky starts taking her for granted, Rocky begins flirting with a gentleman named Gordon Talbot who happens to have ulterior motives regarding the relationship.
Reno heads out with Dan and Nora Weber to locate a lost gold mine. On the trail, the three are joined by two other men and Reno begins getting suspicious of Nora's behavior.
Silky seeks shelter at an isolated cabin due to inclement weather, arriving right in the middle of a family quarrel. Things then go from bad to worse when two outlaws arrive on the scene.
Young Jimmy Hendricks is told by Reno and Rocky that his father died a hero but when the lad discovers the unheroic truth, he disappears.
Silky gets into major trouble when he becomes involved in an explosive romantic triangle.
Silky rescues a man from a wolfpack and takes him to a house occupied by wolves in human form.
Homely Cass Wilson sends Silky's picture to impress his mail order bride. Needless to say, there's trouble when the lass discovers that she's been deceived.
Silky and two other men are jailed on a murder charge. All three will hang unless one of them confesses.
Silky receives part ownership in a newspaper as payment for a debt. Then his partner is killed by organized crime elements.
Pierre Duran, transporting miners' gold dust to Yukon City, is hijacked and left for dead.
Silky encounters trouble when he gives a female entertainer and her main squeeze a lift into a new gold rush boomtown.
Pierre Duran, transporting supplies to a remote outpost, meets a Mountie who's tracking down a pair of fugitives.
Silky wins a half share in a gold mine but there's a catch--his claim is forfeit unless he works it at least once a week. Then Silky's partner disappears without revealing the mine's location.
In mountainous country, Pierre Duran encounters a hunter who's obssessed with killing an elusive Kodiak bear named Big Mike.
Silky heads for an old man's cabin to inform the man that his son has made a gold strike and nearly gets blasted full of bullets by the old man.
Silky is asked to be the best man at the wedding of a dying alcoholic poet and a dance hall gal.