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|Provinces||British Columbia and Alberta|
|Parent range||Park Ranges|
The Sundance Range is a mountain range in the Canadian Rockies, south of the town of Banff. It is located on the Continental Divide, which forms the boundary between British Columbia and Alberta in this region.
- "Sundance Range". Bivouac.com. Retrieved 2011-01-26.
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