National Geographic : 1951 Jul
71 Hikers Perched on Bowdoin Canyon's Brink Appear Lost in Labrador's Immensity Boulder-strewn terrain was so punishing that expedition members gladly canoed 100 miles to save walking 10. They had to hike to reach Grand Falls (page 94). Here the Hamilton, having passed over the cataract, roars through its 400-foot-deep gorge. For the next 15 miles the river is too hazardous for canoes.