Babine Lake Road,
Two logger brothers set up a bush sawmill on the Babine Lake road just out of Smithers. The staff and workers built cabins to be near the mill. One Sunday having nothing else to do, the younger brother decided to do a little exploring in the woods. Coming across a game trail, he decided to follow it. On the trail were giant footprints that looked like those made by a large grizzly bear, but they had no claw marks on their ends. Also the steps were five feet apart and still four feet apart even when going up a steep hill. The logger was 6 foot, 2 inches tall and could barely match the stride by stretching his legs to the limit. Even when going up the hill his steps were only half as long.
Looking up, he saw the alder trees, up to 20 feet on both sides of the trail, had all of their upper branches stripped bare. The taller 20 foot trees had 4 inch trunks near the ground. It was very evident that this creature was big, and strong enough to bend over these trees to get at the tender tips, leaves and buds on the top branches. The twigs that broke off were spit out like humans do with fruit or berry stones.
Source: John Green