Kootenay Parks and Trails

Castlegar

Castlegar Parks & Trails

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Cranbrook Parks & Trails

Creston

Creston Parks & Trails

Fernie

Fernie Parks & Trails

Golden

Golden Parks & Trails

Invermere

Invermere Parks & Trails

Kaslo

Kaslo Parks & Trails

Kimberley

Kimberley Parks & Trails

Nakusp

Nakusp Parks & Trails

Nelson

Nelson Parks & Trails

Radium

Radium Parks & Trails

Revelstoke

Revelstoke Parks and Trails

Rossland

Rossland Parks & Trails

Trail

Trail Parks & Trails
fort-steel-actors
Fort Steele Heritage Town is a step back in time. The site is one of the larger heritage town attractions in British Columbia. And there are many. The big appeal of the Fort Steele Town attraction is the abundance of activity, the historic buildings and the friendly pioneer actors.
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Cranbrook
fernieski
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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5339 Ski Area Road
Fernie
Brilliant Bridge_sm
Suspension bridge built by the Doukhobors in 1913.
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Brilliant Road
Castlegar
bridge
The Malakwa Suspension Bridge spans over the Eagle River in the community of Malakwa, British Columbia, Canada. The 1915 bridge was originally built by the local farmers to connect to the community and their fields.
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Summerville Husted Rd
Sicamous
lastspikemonument
The Last Spike historic site is the feature attraction located at a major rest stop located on the Trans Canada Highway, east of Sicamous BC and west of Revelstoke, BC. Marking the historic event is a large stone monument accompanied by a rail car.
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Trans Canada Highway
Sicamous
gorman
Gorman Lake Trail is an alpine lake and hiking trail in the backcountry mountains situated north of the community of Golden, BC in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. The lake destination is part of the Dogtooth Range of the Columbia Mountains.
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Kicking Horse Drive
Golden
norbury
Norbury Lake Provincial Park is a prime location for a bevvy of outdoor camping activities like hiking, walking, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and birdwatching. Norbury Lake Provincial Park is a recreation destination located southeast of the community of Cranbrook, BC Canada
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Wardner Fort Steele Road
Cranbrook
old coach trail 1
Popular non-motorized multi-use trail offering sweeping views over the Columbia River wetlands. Trail connects the communities of Radium & Dry Gulch and can be easily accessed from either end
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Radium Hot Springs
wasa-lake-beach
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.
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Kimberley
nakusp
Nakusp, British Columbia Canada in the Kootenays enjoys 2 hot springs - Nakusp Hot Springs and the Halcyon Hot Springs.
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Nakusp
kimbol-bridge
Kimbol Lake Trail is a back country hiking trail near the community of Nakusp, BC, Canada in the Kootenays.
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8500 Hot Springs Road
Nakusp
cobb lake 1
A forest walk leading to a beautiful, clear lake near Radium Hot Springs - relatively short, little elevation gain - a good hike for anyone rain or shine.
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Hwy 93
Radium Hot Springs
swansea7
Swansea Mountain is a hang gliding hot spot with 3 launch sites. For those who do not like to jump off mountains, Swansea is also the place to access to enjoy some far reaching views over looking the Columbia Valley.
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Swansea Mountain Road
Invermere
brilliant
The trail highlights include the three viewpoints and some amazing scenery. The lower elevation viewpoint is situated at 772 metres. The higher elevation viewpoint is at 915 metres. While the third viewing area is located south of the cellular tower closer to the McPhee Creek Trailheads.
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Highway #3a
Castlegar
nancy-greene-prov-park-lake
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.
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Rossland
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