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Revelstoke, Tourism Rejuvenate in Revelstoke

In Revelstoke, there is no down season.

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Creston, Tourism A bit of everything

Creston never ceases to amaze, with a range of recreation to enjoy.

People with dog walking on a trail
Castlegar, Tourism Go Castlegar crazy

Winter in Castlegar is a beautiful thing.

Health & Wellness, Tourism All you need to unwind

In addition to being a pleasant diversion, soaking in hot springs can help the body to detoxify, relieve stress and relax tired muscles.

Golden, Developments, Tourism Bellstar Hotels & Resorts announces the acquisition of Ultimate Resorts & Hotels

The acquisition of Ultimate Resorts & Hotels will add over 300 more accommodation units located in the resort destinations of Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.

Rossland, Tourism Breathing new life into the old

Red Mountain Resort retains history and adds retail services to the day lodge—a long standing fixture of the ski hill—currently under expansion.

by Trevor Crawley
Kimberley, Developments, Health & Wellness, Tourism A centre of excellence

When the City of Kimberley officially opened the doors to the gorgeous state-of-the-art Conference and Athlete Training Centre at the base of Kimberley Alpine Resort, it was to a packed house.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Cranbrook, Tourism Blazing a new trail in the backcountry

Get out into the wilderness and go off-road touring with Redneck Adventures 4X4 Tours.

by Trevor Crawley
Elkford, Tourism Backcountry bliss

Renowned for its wilderness and lush backcountry, Elkford is the perfect choice for a winter escape.

Invermere, Tourism Chill out in Invermere

Invermere is a choice destination for winter fun, whether that involves curling on the lake or skiing the slopes.

New Denver, Tourism A small community with much to offer

For a village with a population hovering around the 500 mark, New Denver manages to get more than its share of attention nationally and even internationally.

by Katrine Campbell
Nelson, Tourism Flying high

Cranbrook, Invermere, Developments, Tourism King of the mountain

Bringing together two well-established Kootenay businesses, New Dawn Developments and Panorama Mountain Village, is part of Rick Jensen’s long-term vision.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
West Kootenay, Nelson, Tourism It’s a long way to the top

Whitewater Ski Resort is making one of its hidden treasures more accessible by installing a new chairlift.

by Trevor Crawley
Trail, Tourism Mapping a route to success

A brother duo from Trail has released their established mapping guidebooks on a GPS platform.

by Trevor Crawley
Tourism Bull riding, Disneyland and beating Big Mama

I spent the day riding class 4 rapids through some gorgeous Rocky Mountain scenery. Along the way, I went bull riding, visited Disneyland, hung around with Van Halen and was almost swept off my seat by Big Mama’s surprise.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Sparwood, Mining, Tourism Poised for more than coal

Sparwood is a community that has extensive coal resources. However, it is diversifying and expanding to include a variety of tourism draws and recreational facilities.

by Kali Love
Cranbrook, Developments, Tourism Nothing but blue skies

The reason for Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s August visit to Cranbrook was twofold: to pay tribute to the long-standing Conservative MP of Kootenay-Columbia, Jim Abbott, and his contributions to the riding during his years of service, and to announce funding for infrastructure upgrades to the Canadian Rockies International Airport.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Radium Hot Springs, Tourism RV lots find permanent home

Mountain Shadows RV Resort, owned and operated by Urban Elements Development Corporation, is the only RV resort in Radium Hot Springs.

by Kali Love
Person white water rafting
Kimberley, Tourism Riding the rolling river

Kimberley Raft Co., a guide and tourism outfit in Kimberley, has definitely found its niche market. Owner Craig Campbell has spent the last 13 years fine-tuning the company to be what it is today.

by Kali Love
West Kootenay, Castlegar, Tourism Still life with Castlegar

The city's sculpture walk is winning praise from residents

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Man by fish sculpture
Castlegar, Tourism Beautiful by design

The strength of Castlegar lies in its distinct culture, according to Mayor Lawrence Chernoff.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Trail, Tourism Tales from the mighty Columbia River

Before the Teck smelter created a city that at one time was the third largest in British Columbia, even before the First Nations people fished the waters, there were the mountains and the mighty Columbia River.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Golden, Tourism Setting the table for success

The owners of the Kicking Horse Grill and the Fire Pit BBQ Smokehouse say that Golden is a town worth immigrating to.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Revelstoke, Tourism Is Revelstoke too attractive?

Like many evolving towns and cities, Revelstoke is focusing on diversifying its economy and capturing the lucrative tourism market.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Radium Hot Springs, Tourism Tourists, trails and skating rinks

For a village of fewer than 800 people, Radium Hot Springs has a lot to offer its residents and visitors.

by Joni Krats
Fernie, Tourism Fernie is facing a fabulous future

Ask Randal Macnair, the mayor of Fernie, about the prospects for the community, and he is enthusiastic in his reply.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Fernie, Tourism Experience the extraordinary

Island Lake Lodge in Fernie is a fabulous place to take a Kootenay holiday.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Rossland, Tourism Secrets of snowy success

Red Mountain Resort's Erik Kalacis shares his insights on what keeps the resort successful.

by Glynis Fediuk
Nakusp, Tourism A new way to tour Nakusp

Rosemary Hughes had a grand vision in mind when she started up Mountain Valley Farms, a horse and carriage touring company.

Fairmont Hot Springs, Tourism Come for the lifestyle, stay for life

Rory Sinclair believes that the Kootenay region is the land of opportunity for anyone.

by Tanya Lang Gahr

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