Kicking Horse River in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada
The Kicking Horse River is a river located in the Canadian Rockies of southeastern British Columbia, Canada. The river was named in 1858, when James Hector, a member of the Palliser Expedition, was kicked by his packhorse while exploring the river. Hector survived and named the river and the associated pass as a result of the incident.
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