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Mount MacFarlane, Crossover Peak, and Mount Slesse

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Mount MacFarlane, Crossover Peak, and Slesse Mountain (usually called Mount Slesse) after some late winter snow. Mount Slesse is one of the distinctive peaks one can see from Chilliwack and nearby parts of the Fraser Valley. The word "slesse" means "fang" the Halkomelem language. Mount Sleese is also known as the site of the crash of Trans-Canada Air Lines Flight 810 in 1956. Photographed from Hillkeep Regional Park in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
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Mount MacFarlane, Crossover Peak, and Slesse Mountain (usually called Mount Slesse) after some late winter snow. Mount Slesse is one of the distinctive peaks one can see from Chilliwack and nearby parts of the Fraser Valley.  The word "slesse" means "fang" the Halkomelem language.  Mount Sleese is also known as the site of the crash of Trans-Canada Air Lines Flight 810 in 1956.  Photographed from Hillkeep Regional Park in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.