The Burgess Shale

While Riding a Horse

“A light waterproof coat, opened well behind, to allow it to part over the horse’s back, and which may be fastened to the saddle, is very necessary in a region where storms must be expected frequently.”

Camping in the Canadian Rockies, Canadian Alpine Journal 1, no. 1 (1907), 67-71.

Travelling to Burgess Pass, British Columbia, 1910.
Travelling to Burgess Pass, British Columbia, 1910.
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Walking along an unidentified trail in the Canadian Rockies, 1909.
© WHYTE MUSEUM OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES