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Avoiding the tourist traps! Crowsnest Pass

The Rocky Mountains have so much to offer, but rather than going North, why not try the South route through the Rockies

The Rocky Mountains have so much to offer, but rather than going North, why not try the South route through the Rockies: The Crowsnest Pass. The Crowsnest Pass has carved out a unique identity. Settled in the early 1900s during the coal mining boom, and having signs of humans dating back 11,000 years, the area is rich with history and culture. The Frank Slide interpretive center offers a breathtaking view of the Frank Slide disaster that occurred in 1903, to this day it is still Canada's deadliest rock slide. There are hundreds of peaks to hike, bike, or explore by horseback. For sporting enthusiasts, fly-fishing, golfing, and off road ATV adventures are plentiful.

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