Calder Creek is a river that runs through the Klondike, Yukon in Canada. It is here where the Hoffman Crew mined during part of their third season. Another part of their claim runs along the Quartz Creek. Their claim is close to Toronto Creek . Calder Creek has a very long and seedy history. In 1876, a group of miners found the Alaskan bush to be rather lonely and cold. They decided to bunk up with each other to stay warm and to provide comfort of sexual nature to each other. When the claim owner found out about what was going on at the mine he was not pleased. He had the miners hung from stakes and burned.