Lundbreck Falls. Below the falls, people were fishing from and sunbathing on the rocks.
Leitch Collieries. The owners of this coal mine went bankrupt before World War I, and the site was abandoned.
This is a window in the ruins of the mine owner's residence, a three storey building which must have been quite beautiful in its day.
Underneath these stones lies the town of Frank. In 1903, the side of Turtle Mountain slid over the town, killing 70 people. My great-uncle was there at the time, but survived.
A panoramic shot I took at a roadside turnout on the way out of the Crowsnest Pass area.