Horseshoe Canyon is a region of badlands surrounded by prairie in the province of Alberta, Canada. It is located about 17 km west of Drumheller, Alberta, along Highway 9.
The canyon gets its name from its horseshoe shape, defined by two coulees the flow into the Kneehill Creek, a tributary of the Red Deer River. The canyon's two arms are approximately 5 km long each, extending from Highway 9 to Kneehill Creek, at two former mining communities of Dunphy and Gatine. In turn, it gives the name to the Horseshoe Canyon Formation.
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Mesut09 (378) 2014-07-23 22:39
The 3 women are happy near the canyon. It is good place. Thanks for the photo my friend
jhm (141973) 2014-07-29 4:52
You used, black and white for these three lovely ladies on the wood bench with sight on the wild landscape.
We get a lovely panorama view too.
Nice perspective and depth picture.
Excellent composition, lovely presentation
Very well done, TFS.