Parks, Trails & Places - Rossland, BC

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Seven Summits Ridge Trail is one of the more scenic, long-haul recreation trails situated in the mountains behind the community of Rossland, BC. The 31 kilometre trail is a sightseeing adventure in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada exploring mountain peaks and ridges.
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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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Mountain Bike Skills Park is a small local recreation mountain bike park located in the community of Rossland, BC in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. The skills park is a good starting point for mountain bikers to warm up before a ride as it is near a few mountain biking trails that
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Christina Crest Trail is a 20 kilometre one-way mountain biking, hiking, backpacking and horseback riding route exploring the vast wilderness landscape, in and around, the Santa Rosa Summit on the Cascade Highway located west of the community of Rossland
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Dewdney Trail connects the village of Hope with Fort Steele near Cranbrook, BC. However, we will be discussing the 43 kilometre section of the Dewdney Trail located between Rossland, BC and Christina Lake.
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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.
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The Old Cascade Highway is a historic transportation route which is the ultimate day trip through the mountains via a narrow, gravel road traveling over two mountain summits.
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Cemetery Trail is a forested 2.7 kilometre mountain biking trail located east of the community of Rossland, BC in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada.
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The dual mountains are a popular during the winter for downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, cat skiing, heli skiing, snowmobiling and dog sledding. During the summer months the mountain becomes a mountain biking and hiking destination.
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