Observe Turtle Mountain in Near-Real Time

In 2007, we installed web cameras on Turtle Mountain at South Peak (South Peak webcam) and at the base of the valley (Bellevue webcam) to capture near-real-time images of the Frank Slide. The webcam images are refreshed every 5 minutes and new daily videos are uploaded daily. Lucky observers might even catch glimpses of small rockslides in motion caused by weather and gravity, or hikers and wildlife exploring the peaks. In the summer of 2017 both webcams were upgraded to improve video and photo qualities.

 

5-Minute Interval Webcam Images

Our Turtle Mountain webcam images refresh every five minutes. Click the refresh button on your browser to see the latest image.

Bellevue Webcam

 
Webcam image from the Bellevue camera
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South Peak Webcam

 
Webcam image from the South Peak camera
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Daily Time-Lapse Videos

Our daily Turtle Mountain videos are time-lapse using images from each of our webcams. The current day's video is updated every hour and covers the last 24 hours. Videos are available for 1 week in the following resolutions: 640 x 480 and 1280 x 960. On moonlit nights, you can often see the outline of the north peak and the nearby mountains.

Bellevue Daily Video

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Friday Friday
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South Peak Daily Video

Current - 640 x 480
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Year-in-review

Our annual Turtle Mountain videos are made from short clips from the webcam time-lapse video streams, starting at noon on each day of the year.

Bellevue 2020 Annual Video

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South Peak 2020 Annual Video

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