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Yamnuska Mountain Puzzle Details:

About: Officially named Mount John Laurie, Mount Yamnuska - the Nakoda name ( a language member of the Dakota subgroup of the Mississippi Valley grouping of the Siouan languages), is a mountain in the Canadian Rockies,in the province of Alberta, Canada. Yamnuska translates to "wall of stone" Standing at approximately 2,240 meters above sea level, Mount John Laurie is the first mountain on the north side of the Bow River valley. The mountain was renamed after John Lee Laurie, 1899-1959, the founder of the Indian Association of Alberta - an organization that promoted the causes of Alberta native people. Now that you know more about this impressive mountain click start and give it a try!
Image Credits: Chuck Szmurlo
Puzzle Of The Day On: 18/Apr/2011

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