The story of Kwetı̨nı̨ɂah is well known to all Dene communities. It serves as a symbol of cultural and political unity amongst the Dene. This story is also represented on the flag of the Dene Nation. This is the site where Yamǫ́rıa killed three of the beavers he was chasing. He stretched and nailed the three hides to the south face of bear rock which are still visible to this day. From the top of Kwetı̨nı̨ɂah he shot two arrows down at the confluence of Deho and Great Bear River before going off to chase larger beavers. Of the arrows Yamǫ́rıa said "as long as this earth shall last you shall call them Yamǫ́rıa's arrows." Yamǫ́rıa's arrows still stand today.