Each & every year, hundred of students come by motorcoach in June, from all over Alberta, Saskatchewan, & B.C., to see where hundreds of Coal Miners worked underground, mining coal which was sold worldwide as a popular fossil fuel, heating buildings, making Steel, & providing intense heat for a multitude of manufacturing industries. The temperature is a constant -2 degrees celcius year round in the mine, as it is naturally insulated by the mountain walls in the interior. Groups of 20 persons are lead by interpreters into the mine for 45 minutes, each being outfitted with Hard Hats with Lanterns. It is necessary to dress with warm clothing, & low comfortable shoes.
The admission fare for groups is negligible, & not too pricey for individuals.
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