This is a scan from slide film of an image captured in the late '70's with a Konica Autoreflex T3.
So it's been thirty years, but Black Tusk in Garibaldi Park, near Whistler, BC, remains one of my all-time favorite hikes. You'll find a natural barrier dam made from lava, the Tusk itself, a 'cinder flat' where you walk across the floor of an old crater over acres of black pumice. Best of all, after a 6km uphill climb through dense coastal forest, is when the path opens onto stunning Garibaldi Lake, with crystal blue-green water and a glacier on the far side.
Like I said, though, thirty years. I wonder how much it has changed.