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On a sunny winter day, the partially frozen Kicking Horse River winds its way through snow and ice in Yoho National Park in the Province of British Columbia, Canada.

Snow and ice accumulated along a partially frozen stretch of the Kicking Horse River creates stark shadows on a bright sunny day during winter at the National Bridge of Yoho National Park. The Kicking Horse River originates in the icefields in Yoho National Park.

Snow and ice build up along the Kicking Horse River during winter at the Natural Bridge, Yoho National Park, Canadian Rocky Mountains, British Columbia, Canada. Yoho National Park forms part of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Partially Frozen River Yoho

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Partially Frozen River Yoho
Photo of the partially frozen Kicking Horse River in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada.

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Partially Frozen River Yoho
On a sunny winter day, the partially frozen Kicking Horse River winds its way through snow and ice in Yoho National Park in the Province of British Columbia, Canada.
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Rolf Hicker
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116° 31' 50.112'' W
51° 22' 55.386'' N

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