Kicking Horse River


The Kicking Horse River is a Canadian Heritage river that originates in the ice-fields of Yoho National Park in British Columbia. This rambunctious river takes its name from a near-fatal kick that injured James Hector while he explored the area in 1858. The fast moving current has carved a natural bridge through solid rock. Mount Stephen is framed by vegetation in this photo.


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