The Rainbow Range is a mountain range in British Colombia which gets its name from the stunning array of colours that appear in its slopes, due to heavy mineralisation. The mountains were once called Tsitsutl, meaning "rainbow mountains" in the local Ulkatcho dialect, which is now the name of the range's highest peak.
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The beautiful colours are best seen in the changing light.
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