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Nancy Greene Provincial Park, Rossland
Nancy Greene Provincial Park, Rossland
The main features in the park are the alpine lake, sandy beach and the hiking trail. The 32 hectare lake, the 100 metre sandy beach and the 5 kilometre hiking trail attract many to the park during the summer who enjoy fishing, canoeing, wind surfing, picnicking, hiking, swimming and boating.... Read more
Columbia River Trail
Columbia River Trail
Columbia River Trail is a hiking and sightseeing trail exploring along the eastern banks of the Columbia River near the community of Trail, BC in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. The 7 kilometre one-way trail explores a high ridge with rock bluffs.... Read more
Creston Wildlife Management Area
Creston Wildlife Management Area
Creston Wildlife Management Area is one of largest wetland eco system situated in British Columbia, Canada. Established in 1968, the Creston Wildlife Management Area covers over 6,880 hectares (17,000 acres) of a valley in West Creston. ... Read more
Panorama Village & Mountain
Panorama Village & Mountain
Panorama Village located on the mountain is a full serviced mountain community popular for mountain biking, golfing & hiking in the summer months and skiing and snowboarding in the winter months.... Read more
Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park, Kootenays
Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park, Kootenays
Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park was established in 1922 and is one of the oldest wilderness parks in the British Columbia park system. The 32,035 hectare park is located in the Selkirk Mountains, between Slocan and Kootenay Lakes, near the community of Nelson and Kaslo, BC in the Kootenay region.... Read more
Elk Cutoff Trail
Elk Cutoff Trail
The Elk Cutoff Trail is a one way hiking route. Part of the trail runs parallel to the Dove Hill Hiking Trail but at a lower elevation. The Elk Cutoff Trail is a 2.2 kilometre long trail stretching from the cellular tower behind the community to a trailhead at the Brilliant Terminal Stati... Read more
Grohman Narrows Provincial Park, Nelson
Grohman Narrows Provincial Park, Nelson
Grohman Narrows Provincial Park is a 10 hectare day use park located west of the community of Nelson, BC in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. The park protects the sensitive habitat of several plants and animals while providing visitors with exceptional views of the Kootenay River.... Read more
Railgrade Trail, Rossland
Railgrade Trail, Rossland
Railgrade Trail is a biking and hiking trail connecting the community of Rossland, BC with the village of Warfield, BC. The historic trail was once the railway line servicing the Rossland mines and the steamships stopping in at Trail Creek Landing.... Read more
Maiden Lake
Maiden Lake
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.... Read more
Rosebery Provincial Park
Rosebery Provincial Park
Rosebery Provincial Park is a 32 hectare campground park situated on the shores of Wilson Creek, located north of New Denver, BC and south of Nakusp BC. ... Read more
Begbie Falls
Begbie Falls
Begbie Falls is fabulous waterfall find located south of the community of Revelstoke, BC., Canada. Thew waterfall is located where Begbie Creek empties into Upper Arrow Lake. Begbie Falls is accessed by various hiking routes and by one rough, narrow, gravel road. ... Read more
Lakit Lake Forest Recreation Site, Cranbrook
Lakit Lake Forest Recreation Site, Cranbrook
Lakit Lake Forest Recreation Site is a small campground and lake popular for camping, hiking, canoeing, fishing and horseback riding.... Read more
Norbury Lake Provincial Park, Cranbrook
Norbury Lake Provincial Park, Cranbrook
Norbury Lake Provincial Park is a prime location for a bevvy of outdoor camping activities like water skiing, hiking, walking, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boating and birdwatching. The park is a recreation destination located southeast of the community of Cranbrook, BC.... Read more
Merry Creek Trails
Merry Creek Trails
Combined, the hiking trails provide 5 kilometres of adventure. During the summer months the trails are popular for hiking, walking, self guided nature tours, photography and birdwatching. In the winter the trails are used as cross country ski routes.... Read more
Syringa Provincial Park
Syringa Provincial Park
Syringa Provincial Park is a campground park on Lower arrow Lake which protects one of the few grassland eco systems located in the Kootenay region. First established in 1968, the grassland park now covers 4,417 hectares... Read more
Moonraker Trails - Mountain Biking
Moonraker Trails - Mountain Biking
Moonraker trails and roads are popular for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding in the summer months. During the winter months the network of trails become routes for snowshoeing and cross country skiing.... Read more