I was there in 2013, and it was looking pretty logged. There is now a road directly from Gold River to the old log sort at the river mouth. Years ago it was one my favorite areas. Lots of Elk, Bears, and salmon. I've heard that there are now up to 11 bridges over the river, right up to the start of the park boundary. We would camp at the mouth of the river and hike into the upper sections. I remember the bear trails being excellent in terms of walking.
Amazing shot. I've only ever seen the odd one or two, never such a huge gathering at one time.
Thank you very much for your comments Sharon. Browning Inlet on NW Vancouver Island is one of those out of the way remote spots that few people see and visit. I chected out your photos of one of my favorite States Oregon and really enjoyed them. Greetings from the Comox Valley FJ.
Beautiful composition and view! LIKE :)
Best wishes from Oregon, US,
I remember meeting log trucks and fish farm feed trucks along this lake when we were logging around the Artlish river about 10 years ago;scarey!
Hi Coho68, I have a bit of historical info on the Maitland Lockhart Gordon, the person whom this creek is named after. email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry I didn't see your response till today. I was interested in these two Captains on these ships as they played a significant roll in mapping and recording first native contact on BC's North Coast. I have a really good book called "Calamity Harbour" that describes their big problems they had on Banks Island, hence the name. email: email@example.com
Yes the Tahsish is one of the gems of Vancouver Island
We have been to Atluck Lake but our next trip there will include a trip down to Tahsish Inlet...it looks beautiful there
April 5, 1988, Captain Eriksson from 441 Squadron was assisting a small fishing vessel locate itself near Brooks Peninsula on the rugged west coast of Vancouver island when he crashed into a mountain and died on impact. 101 Squadron has erected an obelisk on the crash site of CF-18 188773.