The Canadian Rockies From Way, Way Up

Every landscape tells a story. Around 100 million years ago, two colliding continents formed the 1,460–km–long Canadian Rocky Mountain range. Here, an expanse of grassy lowlands blessed with resource–rich soil transitions into jagged limestone and shale peaks, tall forests and pristine wilderness. It is the dividing line between the land that feeds the body and a terrain that nourishes the soul – where the Prairies end and the Rockies begin.

A collaboration with @dailyoverview

July 1, 2020