The Cheekye Fan is a large landslide feature in southwestern British Columbia, Canada, located at the head of Howe Sound. It formed as a result of collapse on the western flank of Mount Garibaldi when the volcano was constructed on top of a glacier during the Late Pleistocene period.
- Friele, Pierre A.; Ekes, C.; Hickin, E.J. (1999). "Evolution of Cheekye fan, Squamish, British Columbia: Holocene sedimentation and implications for hazard assessment1". Natural Resources Canada. p. 2023.
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