and wooly, the Western lands are a study in contrasts. Densely
wooded parklands, home to the majestic moose and wood bison,
shift effortlessly to reveal long stretches of wide open prairie.
The dunes of Spirit Sands blow 30 metres high. The Devils
Punch Bowls blue-green waters spring from streams deep beneath
the beauty and serenity of the International Peace Garden.
Stop in Neepewa - the World Lily Capital - and home of renowned
author Margaret Laurence. Cross the Souris River on Canadas
longest free-suspension foot bridge.
booming prairie style underscores its reputation as a major
economic centre. Home to Brandon University, the provinces
second largest city features top-notch restaurants, theatre,
sports, galleries, agricultural fairs and festivals.
lands - where history and nature combine to create a vibrant
expanse. A special blend. A special place.
BBCanada Members in this Region:
- White House Bed & Breakfast :
- Kimcairn Bed and Breakfast :