mar 3, 2500 BC - 8
During this time period there were a number of glacial and inter-glacial periods.
The most recent (Fraser) glaciation occurred from 25,000 to 12,000 years ago, and is the event that we know the most about as succeeding glaciations tend to destroy evidence of earlier glaciations.
Evidence of the Fraser Glaciation is clearly visible in the silt cliffs along Okanagan Lake and the sculpted bedrock landforms such as Giant’s Head and the skaha Bluffs.
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