St. Mary Lake is popular for fishing, canoeing, swimming and birdwatching. The roads and mountains around St. Mary Lake are popular for hiking, cycling, mountain biking and hiking. The St Mary River enters and exits the lake. The exit river is a good put- in point for rafting.
Marysville Falls Hiking Trail and Waterfall is an easy, short boardwalk walking path located in the Village of Marysville which is south of Kimberley, BC in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. The hiking trail is a casual adventure leading to a viewpoint overlooking a 30 metre waterfall
Hikers, bikers, dog walkers and roller bladders enjoy the 8 kilometre paved loop trail and side roads called the "Wasa Lions Way" path. For a slower pace, there is a short 2.7 kilometre interpretive path named the "Forest of the Rainshadow" which begins at the amphitheatre near the campground.
Kimberley Nature Park is one of the largest multi-use municipal parks in Canada that falls within the city limits of a community. The large 800 hectare (1800 acres) nature park is located in the community Kimberley, BC in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada.
Alki Creek Trail is a challenging hiking trail, loaded with alpine scenery, located north of St. Mary Lake near Marysville which is west of the community of Kimberly, BC in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada.
Mark Creek Nature Trail is an easy going 12 kilometre hiking and biking nature trail connecting Kimberley, BC with Marysville, BC in the Kootenays. The highlight of the trail is the 30 metre Marysville Falls.
The alpine ski resort and surrounding back country are popular destinations for skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding, heli skiing and snowmobiling in the winter months.