Parks, Trails & Places - Fernie, BC

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The 3 Sisters Trail is also referred to as the Mountain Lakes Trail. The backcountry trail route is considered one of the premium wilderness hikes in the region for scenery and wildlife. Backpackers, hikers, naturalists and photographers will enjoy this backcountry adventure route.
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Hartley Lake is a recreation lake in the backcountry forests located north of the community of Fernie, BC in the East Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. The small lake is a popular destination for fishing and camping.
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Mount Fernie Provincial Park is a wilderness park with an interpretive trail exploring forests filled with Douglas fir, spruce, black cottonwood, western red cedar. western larch and trembling aspen trees. The three kilometre interpretive trail follows Lizard Creek leading to a viewpoint.
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Annex Park is a picnic and wildlife viewing park in the community of Fernie, BC which is in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. The destination park is situated on the shores of the Elk River, joined by hiking trails, surrounded by trees and fields of grass lawns.
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The open space, amenities, parking and location make this park a popular destination for families and for holding special events like weddings and holiday celebrations. Rotary Park is easily accessible and within walking distance to many downtown services.
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Hosmer Mountain Trail leads up to a peak offering far reaching views of the valley below. The mountain recreation trail is tucked away in the back country forests located north of Fernie, BC in the East Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada.
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James White Park is a sports park for baseball and tennis situated on the banks of the Elk River in the community of Fernie, BC
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Fernie Alpine Ski Resort is located southwest of the community of Fernie, British Columbia in the Kootenay region of BC, Canada. Fernie Alpine Ski Resort is a year round recreation destination popular for skiing and snowboarding in the winter and mountain biking and hiking in the summer.
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Koocanusa Lake is a 144 kilometre long man made reservoir lake located west of Fernie. The lake is created by the Libby Dam on the Kootenay River located in Montana, U.S.A. The lake is popular for fishing, houseboating, fishing, swimming, boating and kayaking.
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Kikomun Creek Provincial Park is popular for its sandy beaches, lakes and trails located west of Fernie, BC on the eastern shores of Koocanusa Lake popular for canoeing, biking, swimming, birdwatching, fishing, boating, camping and hiking .
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The collection of trails are both gravel and paved. Some are both. In the summer months the trails are used for hiking, walking, biking and jogging. In the winter months, after the snow has fallen, the trails become cross country ski and snowshoe routes.
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Fairy Creek Falls Trail is a hiking route exploring along a small creek leading to a viewpoint overlooking a 5 metre waterfall. The wilderness trail is located in the community of Fernie, BC in the East Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada.
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There are viewing benches constructed around Maiden Lake. Ideal front row seats for birdwatching, people watching and having lunch. At one end of the lake is a small sandy beach and a swimming pier.
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