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The Athabasca River cascades over a shelf of 570 million year old gog quartzite, uncovered by glaciers as they receded at the end of the last ice age, forming Athabasca Falls. The 23-metre Athabasca Falls is not very high by Canadian Rockies standards, but the size of the river makes it one of the most powerful falls to be found in the mountain national parks(Ref: Parks Canada).

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