Last month a very slow moving landslide flowed over a road in the Snake River Canyon near Jackson, Wyoming. The landslide trundled down the slope at 20 inches per hour, slow enough for Wyoming Department of Transportation workers to climb around on it while shooting a video.

Here is the video sped up:

Via Boing Boing via The Landslide Blog courtesy of the Wyoming DOT



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A landslide slow enough to walk on
A slow moving landslide overtook a Wyoming road at a pace so glacial that you'd need the afternoon to catch the progress.