A single footprint is nearly invisible; quickly erased by wind and weather. It is when dozens, hundreds and thousands of footprints become layered on top of one another that we see evidence of people passing. The footprint itself is not what we are seeing---it is the evidence that people were here, and remain here by relying on the steps taken by those who have come this way before.
A Project of the Turtle Mountain - Souris Plains Heritage Association.
Donated by Boundary Commission NWMP Heritage Region.