The Purcells are known as the Percell Mountains in the United States, where their southern limit protrudes into the states of Idaho and Montana, abutting Lake Koocanusa, a reservoir on the Kootenai River. American geographic classifications consider the Percells to be part of the Rocky Mountains but in Canada that terminology is reserved for ranges on the east side of the Rocky Mountain Trench.
The movie Alaska (1996) was filmed in Vancouver and the Purcell Mountains.
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