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.
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