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Over the years people from near and far have photographed this area, so we have developed this page to share a photo gallery from each photographer.

To contribute to this page, contact the Webmaster listed on the Contacts page. As you select a group of digital or scanned photos, please think about your photos of people. If you think that person would not want their photo on this website, maybe you'd better not include that photo.

Many thanks to the photographers below who have provided beautiful and interesting photographs to share. (Click on the photographer's name to see each person's photos. Adobe Flash Player required)

Troy Colautti: An experienced photographer, Troy shares his photographs of huts and summits taken in all seasons and at all times of the day and night, of mountain goats on Old Glory, scenic shots, and of mountain bikers on the Seven Summits Trail. He also shares colorful shots of the Cookie Jar and the funky signs that have been in the area for many years.

Sara Golling: Sara has travelled all over the area on snowshoes and foot.  Her gallery includes photos of  the Barking Spider hut, Les Carter skiing, friends on a snowshoe outing, Berry, Old Glory, and the north face of Plewman.  Some photos are views from the summit of Elgood, the east ridge of Berry.  Summer photos include wildflowers, mountain biking on the Seven Summits Trail, and a wood-cutting trip for the Crowe's Nest hut. In the middle of her shots are some educational photographs of blowdowns/deadfall that exist in the forest and that can be removed to reduce fire hazards and also to improve travel through the area.


NOTE: it’s a “Site” because that’s what the relevant legislation calls it, but it includes lots of area.