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Muskoseepee Park Trail overlooking the 214 Place

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This was taken along the Muskoseepeee Trail. The houses you see across the creek are located along 102 Street.

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A: Muskoeepee Park Trail Look-out Area

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This is in a high place along the Muskoseepee Park Trail. You can see the houses situated along 102 S...

Muskoeepee Park Trail Look-out Area

B: The Brigde Over Bear Creek Near Thrill Hill

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This is the bridge near Thrill Hill. This bridge spans the snow covered Bear Creek.

The Brigde Over Bear Creek Near Thrill Hill

C: Muskoseepee Park Trail Bridge Overlooking 214 Place

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This is the first bridge you cross when you walk southwards from the Muskoseepee Park Pavilion follow...

Muskoseepee Park Trail Bridge Overlooking 214 Place

D: Thrill Hill Along the Muskoseepee Trail

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This is the view from the bottom of the popular tobogganing slow called 'Thrill Hill,' formerly 'Suic...

Thrill Hill Along the Muskoseepee Trail

E: Overlooking 214 Place and the Railway Bridge

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This was taken just beside the 99 Ave. along the Muskoseepee Park Trail.

Overlooking 214 Place and the Railway Bridge

F: Overlooking the 214 Place MNP Building from Muskoseepee Park

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This was taken under the bridge near the Grande Prairie downtown area. The building in the background...

Overlooking the 214 Place MNP Building from Muskoseepee Park

G: Pyramid Lake?

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Pyramid Lake?

H: Lesser Slave Lake

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Lesser Slave Lake is lake in Alberta, Canada.More details can be found in Wikipedia

Lesser Slave Lake

I: Lesser Slave Lake

Фотограф: Anton Bauer, На расстоянии 256.8 км отсюда

For information on Lesser Slave Lake see Wikipedia

Lesser Slave Lake

J: Lesser Slave Lake

Фотограф: Anton Bauer, На расстоянии 256.8 км отсюда

For information on Lesser Slave Lake see Wikipedia

Lesser Slave Lake

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