Rc.com’r “young_gun” bouldering at Frank Slide, located in Alberta, Canada. Frank Slide is a boulder’s playground, a 1.5 mile square field of limestone boulders of every size, shape, and description. On April 29, 1903, a 5000’ wide, 500 feet thick, 1,400 feet high, section of Turtle Mountain came thundering down sleeping town of Frank. A minute and a half later it was all over leaving and estimated 100 million tons of limestone laying on the valley floor.
|Photo Location:||North_America: Canada: Alberta: Lethbridge: Frank_Slide|