Highest and lowest gas prices in the Kootenays – 2018 July long weekend

Here is a complete list of gas prices throughout the Kootenay/Columbia region.

A view of a gas station.

Gas prices vary across the Kootenay/Columbia region. — Photo courtesy Keith Powell

With the 2018 July long weekend here, we thought it would be interesting to find out which town has the highest and lowest gas prices in the Kootenays. At the time of our survey Revelstoke, Golden, Nakusp, Trail, Nelson, Castlegar and Sparwood all had the highest price per litre at $149.9 – the lowest price we found was at a station in Grand Forks at $1.37.9. Here is a complete list of gas prices throughout the Kootenay/Columbia region.

Revestoke — Highest price $1.49.9, lowest price $1.45.9

Golden — Highest price $1.49.9, lowest price $1.40.9 (Nicholson)

Nakusp — Highest price $1.49.9, lowest price $1.49.9

Trail — Highest price $1.49.9, lowest price $1.41.7

Nelson — Highest price $1.49.9, lowest price $1.43.9

Castlegar — Highest price $1.49.9, lowest price $1.41.7

Sparwood — Highest price $1.49.9, lowest price $1.39.9

Radium Hot Springs — Highest price $1.46.9, lowest price $1.44.9

Cranbrook — Highest price $1.45.9, lowest price $1.42.9

Kaslo — Highest price $1.45.9, lowest price $1.45.9

Invermere — Highest price $1.43.9, lowest price $1.41.5

Salmo — Highest price $1.43.9, lowest price $143.9

Kimberley — Highest price $1.41.9, lowest price $1.41.9

Creston — Highest price $1.39.9, lowest price $1.39.9

Fernie — Highest price $1.39.9, lowest price $139.9

Grand Forks — Highest price $1.38.9, lowest price $1.37.9 (GF Super Save)

All prices from the website www.gasbuddy.com and were current as of Friday 9:30 AM on June 29, 2018. Prices are subject to variation and change at any time. We do not guarantee the accuracy of these third party numbers.

Keith Powell

Keith Powell is the publisher and founder of Kootenay Business magazine which is part of the Koocanusa Publications group. View all of Keith Powell’s articles

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