Great Sand Hills
The Great Sand Hills are the largest remaining contiguous native prairie area in Saskatchewan. They cover about 1,900 square kilometres (750
sq. miles) of sand dunes, rolling grasslands, saline lakes, cotton wood groves and aspen bluffs. Individual sand dunes rise more than 15 metres
(50 feet) above the surrounding prairie, second in Canada only to the Athabasca Sand Dunes farther north.
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