heads in a glacier, flows S to Port Valdez, 0.7 mi. NE of Camp Bowie, 7 mi. W of Valdez, Chugach Mts. 4 miles long.
Gold Creek is a good sized creek that if one were to cross without using the Shoup Bay Trail bridge, might find themselves in swift waist deep water. Much of the creek runs high in the mountains in a bowl valley before dropping over a series of falls. Only the last 1,000 ft of the creek flows down along fairly level ground, that 99.9% of the time, is the only portion of the creek ever accessed.
Local name published in 1950 by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
Naming: Gold Creek was a local name published in 1950 by USGS.
Allison Creek, Big Creek, Brevier Creek, Crooked Creek, Dayville Creek, East Fork Mineral Creek, Glacier Creek, Gold Creek, Horsetail Creek, Indian Creek, Johnson Creek, McAllister Creek, Millard Creek, Mineral Creek, Palmer Creek, Salmon Creek, Sawmill Creek, Uno Creek, Valdez Glacier Stream, Wood Creek,
Area 51 Access Trail, Dock Point Trail, High School Hill, High School Hill to Summit Trail, High School Hill Water Tower Trail, Homestead Trail, Jack Bay Island Trail, John Hunter Memorial Trail, Mineral Creek East Trail, Mineral Creek Stamp Mill Trail, Mineral Creek West Trail, Shoup Bay Trail, Solomon Gulch Valdez Overlook Spur, Valdez Bike Path, Valdez Overlook Trail,