Prairie Mountain

Prairie Mountain is the western part of southern Manitoba. It includes the regions of Parkland and Western Manitoba.

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  • 49.833333333333-99.951 Brandon — the region’s largest city
  • 51.149444444444-100.049444444441 Dauphin — it’s named after the heir to the French throne, but a quarter of the population speaks Ukrainian
  • 49.5544-99.29191 Glenboro — home of “Sara the camel”, a 17 ft (5.2 m) statue created in October 1978
  • 50.2453-99.84281 Minnedosa — Minnedosa Lake is a great spot for boating and swimming
  • 50.2289-99.46561 Neepawa — the self-proclaimed lily capital of the world
  • 51.23-101.3561 Roblin — on Goose and Krosney Lakes, and between Duck Mountain Provincial Park and Riding Mountain National Park
  • 50.7808-101.2841 Russell — 27 km (17 mi) from Asessippi Provincial Park and Asessippi Ski Area & Resort
  • 52.1058-101.2671 Swan River — known for its outdoor recreational opportunities such as camping, fishing, hunting, and snowmobiling
  • 49.8508-100.9321 Virden — the oil capital of Manitoba

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