Frank Slide Interpretive Centre

On April 29th in 1903, 90 million tons of rock thundered from Turtle Mountain and buried part of a town in Canada’s Deadliest Rockslide. Immerse yourself in emotional survivor accounts. Stand on the edge of destruction and marvel at the awesome power of nature or take a walk through the massive boulders and imagine what it must have been like. Discover unforgettable stories told through prop talks, dramatic vignettes, high definition award-winning presentations, guided walks, powerful images, and one-on-one contact with historical guides.

Located 1.5 km off Highway #3 in the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass.

For More information:

http://history.alberta.ca/frankslide/

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