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Crowsnest Pass

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The hike into North York Cirque is somewhat of a melancholy excursion. North York, Paths, Places To Visit, Camping, Explore, Campsite, Campers, Tent Camping, Rv Camping

DC3 plane crash » Off the Beaten Path with Chris & Connie

The hike into North York Cirque is somewhat of a melancholy excursion. Sure, the setting is beautiful and stunning, but the plane wreckage at the end is a bit sobering. Deep in the valley of North York Creek, and just below Andy Good Peak, are the scattered remains of an...

The ghostly view from the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre (Photo: Travel Alberta) Rest Of The World, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, O Canada, Alberta Canada, Places To See, Places Ive Been, Canada Mountains, Western Canada

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The entrance to the Bellevue Mine in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, Canada. Outdoor Supplies, Canada Eh, Coal Mining, Beautiful Places In The World, Alberta Canada, Ghost Towns, Canada Travel, Rocky Mountains, Calgary

Backyard Bucket List: Bellevue Coal Mine

The Crowsnest Pass of Alberta, Canada is a historical coal mining region - and you have the chance to safely explore one of the original coal mines! Learn more in this post.

'"My Home Town"'- Bellevue, Alberta, Canada (Joe's Cafe in the then son Jim's Café in the Now just haunted by the bottled Spirit of the Coke Cola. Canadian History, Good Ol, Alberta Canada, Coke, Places To Go, Destinations, Spirit, Mansions, Country

'"My Home Town"'- Bellevue, Alberta, Canada (Joe's Cafe in the 50's then son Jim's Café in the 60's) C):>{|-

Frankslide Interpretive Centre (Crowsnest Pass) is the site of Canada's deadliest natural disaster. On April at 82 million tonnes of limestone came crashing down Turtle Mountain killing at least 90 people in 90 seconds. Science Programs, My Road Trip, Canadian Rockies, Alberta Canada, Adventure Is Out There, Banff, Canada Travel, Natural Disasters, Historical Sites

Frank Slide Interpretive Centre

On April 29, 1903, 110 million tonnes of rock crashed on the town of Frank, killing 90 people. Get first-hand accounts of Canada’s deadliest rockslide.

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In this then and now post we look at the small community of Frank Alberta. The first image shows downtown shortly after the famous Frank Slide disaster. Then And Now, Bouldering, Paths, Destinations, Places To Visit, Canada, Nature, Travel, Outdoor

Frank Alberta then and now » Off the Beaten Path with Chris & Connie

In this then and now post we look at the small community of Frank Alberta. The first image shows downtown shortly after the famous Frank Slide disaster occurred and the second, the same view today. In both, the jumble of rocks and boulders stands out in the background. The first...