The winter entrance to the Nakimu Caves in Glacier National Park's Cougar Valley.

Photo gallery: A winter journey into the Nakimu Caves

Revelstoke photographer Rob Buchanan shares his winter journey into the Nakimu Caves in this photo gallery



Revelstoke photographer (and Revelstoke Times Review editorial cartoonist) Rob Buchanan has has his work featured in the Winter, 2011 issue of British Columbia Magazine. In Braving the Nakimu Caves, Buchanan travels with writer Frances Backhouse to produce an 8-page story and photo spread on the local caves located in the Cougar Valley in Glacier National Park.

They were guided by Adam Walker along with Robert Maraun of Friends of Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks.

See the photo gallery above for some extra images from the tour.

 

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