Day 40 in Remote Northwestern British Columbia: Surviving Todagin with KEEN Socks

“Necessary before hiking down to civilization,” comments Paul Colangelo.  Paul was in remote northwestern British Columbia for 62 days within Tahltan First Nation traditional territory and part of the Sacred Headwaters region called Todagin Mountain, a plateau that is home to what is considered to be the world’s largest herd of Stone’s sheep.  He was part of a team of researchers and journalists who spent six months living with the herd to map the herd’s spring, summer and fall habitat use patterns and tell the story of the herd and its changing environment.