The Cheekye Fan is a large landslide feature in southwestern British Columbia, Canada, at the head of Howe Sound. It formed by collapse on the west flank of the volcano Mount Garibaldi, which was constructed over 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: 2023.
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