Feb 26, 2020
Frank Slide in the Crowsnest Pass
In 1903 the mining town of Frank was destroyed by a rock slide from Turtle Mountain. Over a century later the 110 million tonnes of limestome rock that fell still covers this part of the Crowsnest Pass in Alberta. Now a popular stopping point on the Crowsnest Highway, Frank Slide remains a unique place to see one of the largest landslides in Canadian history.