National Geographic : 1938 Apr
Photograph byA.S.Redfern PACK HORSES, SOON TO BE WHIRLED FAR DOWNSTREAM BY THE SWIFT CURRENT, START ACROSS THE STUBBORN OOTSA RIVER Dark, impenetrable woods extend in unbroken line along the shore. Here the travelers also pushed their saddle horses across. They were following theold Indian trail that threads Tweedsmuir Park from north to south (page 461). Years ago it was one of the routes from the Bella Coola Valley uptothegreat summer hunting grounds about Ootsa Lake.