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Invisible in the trees, an old path winds away to the south-west, passing the base of the highest mountain in the region, Ptolemy, into whose 9,234 foot-high crags an RCAF Dakota slammed on January 23rd, 1946, killing all seven aboard.
Beyond Gargantua Cave, one of the largest spelunking attractions in Canada, the trail eventually crosses the Tent Pass to get into the Coal Creeks valley above Fernie, only some twenty miles as-the-crow-flies south-west from here.
It was not too interested in ferrying people; it wanted to haul freight, for thats where the money was.
This cairn marks the spot where Mackenzie began his famous push for the Pacific.
Kenzie, Frank Anderson, Diana Wilson, Andy den Otter, Arend Visser, W. Cousins, Judy Larmour, Laura Johnston, Val Johnson and Jas. Above the Lakes to the north, seemingly squat at 6200 feet, Crowsnest Ridge rises protectively.
Hopefully the cyclist doesnt make out this greeting through a curtain of wind-whipped rain. For as much as Albertans tend to deny it, the fact is that their province does see some precipitation, although, truthfully, down here in the southern reaches, not an excessive amount. Until CP hacked its roadbed into the latters edge late in 1897 and the Alberta Department of Public Works bull-dozed the proto-No.
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