I first saw Ape Canyon as a high schooler when I was at a friends house. We had eaten a few brownies and guzzled a few beers when my friend put the movie into the DVD player. We were shocked, amazed, laughing our asses off and horrified at the ridiculousness of this silly no- budget film.
Zoom forward a few years. A friend of mine stops by and invites me to a zombie music video shoot which Jon Olsen is filming. We became friends after that and I acted in subsequent videos as well as view some more of his recent more serious work.
Ape Canyon may be a ridiculous and even annoying film at times, but it's a stepping stone to Jon's true creativity. My suggestion: Get a little wasted first and you're guaranteed to enjoy at least half of it.
It was two miles east of Mt. St. Helens near a deep canyon now named "Ape Canyon" — which was so named after an account of the incident reached the newspapers. Hank, a great hunter and good woodsman, was always a little apprehensive after seeing the tracks. Ape Canyon to Plains of Abraham - IMBA EPIC Mountain Bike. The Ape Canyon incident of 1924 Here is a retelling of this story I did on the show. Of all the documented sasquatch attacks, the Ape Canyon incident of 1924 was one of the most notable and frightening in history. Ape Canyon. In "Ape Canyon" a lone Bigfoot (North America's Greatest Lover) roams the forests of the Pacific Northwest. He brings his gift of Red Hot Sasquatch Love to nature-loving ladies everywhere. See full summary ».
This hike follows Trail #234 from the Ape Canyon Trail head for the first 5.5 miles to the junction with the Loowit Trail #216, which goes completely around Mt. St. Helens. This hike follows the Loowit Trail north for 1.8 miles to the junction with Trail 216D. Ape Canyon, Plains of Abraham Hike - Northwest Hiker.