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Turbulent Water - Sunwapta Falls - 360° VR 4K

By Aaron Davies in Canada 166 views 15th April 2018 Video Duration: 00:00:58
What's more #amazing than a #waterfall fed by the #glacier water in a #mountain #park. This is Sunwapta Falls in #Jasper #NationalPark.

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