Frank Slide is a 1903 landslide that came crashing down from the slopes of Turtle Mountain at 4:10 in the morning. The slide destroyed many buildings and many lives in just over 90 seconds. Today there are lookouts overlooking the slide.
The highway, surrounded by large boulders, passes through the Frank Slide in the Crowsnest Pass of Alberta, Canada.
A photo of the railway tracks destroyed by the Frank Slide.
A view of Frank Slide and Turtle Mountain from a lookout on Highway #3 in the Crowsnest Pass of Alberta, Canada.
A billboard sign about the history of the Frank Slide located at a lookout on Highway #3 in the Crowsnest Pass of Alberta, Canada.