Calgary man dies from 15-metre fall in Kananaskis Country
58-year-old fell after stumbling on snow and ice, sustaining fatal injuries
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A 58-year-old Calgary man is dead after falling about 15 metres while climbing in Kananaskis Country on Sunday, RCMP said in a release.
The fall happened near Rawson Lake, in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, about 130 kilometres southwest of Calgary.
Police say the man stumbled on ice and snow and fell around 3:45 p.m.
Kananaskis Emergency Services and Alberta Parks determined he had died from his injuries. RCMP were called in just before 5:30 p.m.
Police are not releasing the man's name and said the incident isn't considered criminal.
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