Synopsis by Hal Erickson
End of the Trail was written and directed by Oscar C. Apfel, the man who collaborated with Cecil B. DeMille on the direction of the pioneering feature film The Squaw Man. Apfel's star is William Farnum, at that time the Fox Studio's number-one male box-office attraction. Farnum plays a hard-nosed trapper whose icy veneer is melted by the love of a beautiful woman. The heroine is played by Gladys Brockwell, who went on to a worthwhile film career in no-nonsense character roles. End of the Trail was distinguished by well-photographer exterior sequences, with Northern California standing in for the Yukon.
danger, freeze, hardships, love, rugged, show, trapper