Settlers' Effects - Valemount - Environmental, Cultural & Social Change from 1805-1972 - High Country Life
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High Country Life
The settlers that lived in the Robson Valley welcomed people from all over the world to share the splendour of the mountains. The mountain way lifestyle encouraged the independence of women, some of whom became trappers and guides alongside the men.

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Mount Robson Ranch - Mount Robson Ranch is world famous for their hunting and guiding trips into the high country of the Rocky Mountains.

Tough as Nails - Women played an important part of the settlement in this rugged wilderness.



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