Park Ranges

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Park Ranges
Main Ranges
Highest point
Coordinates 52°00′00″N 117°50′00″W / 52.00000°N 117.83333°W / 52.00000; -117.83333Coordinates: 52°00′00″N 117°50′00″W / 52.00000°N 117.83333°W / 52.00000; -117.83333
Dimensions
Area 33,223 km2 (12,827 sq mi)
Geography
Country Canada
States/Provinces British Columbia and Alberta
Parent range Continental Ranges

The Park Ranges, also known as the Main Ranges, are a group of mountain ranges in the Canadian Rockies of eastern British Columbia and western Alberta, Canada. It is one of the three main subranges and the most central of the Continental Ranges, extending from southeast of Mount McGregor to the Fernie Basin.

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