K'abamı̨ Tué Eht'ene / Colville Lake Trail: 66.683333, -127.466667
K'abamı̨ Tué Eht'ene / Colville Lake Trail
This trail between Fort Good Hope and Colville Lake was used before and during the fur trade. Travelling with their dog packs in the summertime people would take their furs to Fort Good Hope and remain in the area to fish, receive treaty payments, and visit with family, returning to Colville Lake in August. The last time the trail was used was in 1965 but in 1998 a team walked the trail with a film crew as part of a cultural revival project.