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On April 29, 1903 at 4:10 AM, 82 million tons of limestone broke away from the face of Turtle Mountain at Frank, Alberta (now part of Crowsnest Pass), partially burying the town and killing an estimated 70-90 people. The rock flowed like a liquid across the valley, finally coming to rest two kilometers from the base of the mountain, after 90-100 seconds (estimated to have reached speeds up to 112kph). The sound could be heard over 200km away.

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This area has been home to aboriginal peoples of the plains for at least 6,000 years. This place in particular is an archaeological site where the native people, using keen understanding of the topography of the land and of the behaviour of the plains bison, hunted entire herds at once by stampeding them over the cliffs onto the rocks below. This provided them with enough food, clothing, and other essentials to their way of life to get them through the harsh winter to come.

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