Fletcher Falls Hiking Trail is both a, walk-in and marine campground and day use destination, as well as, a very popular waterfall hiking trail located on the shores of Kootenay Lake near the community of Kaslo, BC
Cottonwood Falls Park is a small community park with flower gardens and a waterfall. The park rests at the foot of Cottonwood Falls and on the banks of Cottonwood Creek in the community of Nelson, BC which is in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada.
Doukhobor Discovery Centre is a cultural museum, open to the public, located in the community of Castlegar, B.C., Canada. The museum is a reconstructed village depicting the lifestyle of the Doukhobor people in the early 1900s. The Doukhobors were some of the first settlers in the Kootenay Valley.
Verigins Tomb is a monumental Doukhobor burial place located in Brilliant, which is a short distance north of downtown Castlegar, BC in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. In total there are 5 people buried. All, of which, are descendants of Peter V. Verigin - leader of the Doukhobor.
The hot spring pools rest at the headwaters of the Columbia River. Looming high above the hot springs are the cliffs and peaks of the Rocky and Purcell Mountains - home to glaciers, waterfalls, hoodoos, snowcapped peaks, crashing rivers and endless wilderness adventures.
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.
The 2,758 hectare Columbia Lake is said to be the warmest fresh water lake in the East Kootenay region. There is a 3 kilometre, largely undeveloped, beach area, a wetland marsh area and grasslands. All attract visitors who enjoy birding, wildlife viewing & photography
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.
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.