Revelstoke is an active community situated on the edge of Mt. Revelstoke National Park and just west of world-famous Glacier National Park. The city is home to about 8000 people and is well-known for its access to outdoor recreation activities, particularly those involving mountains and snow! Revelstoke Mountain Resort is globally known for its amazing powder and for having the largest vertical descent of any ski area in North America.
Golden is located in the southeast corner of the province of British Columbia, Canada. Nestled between the spectacular Rocky Mountains to the east, and the Purcell mountain range to the west, where the frothy Kicking Horse River flows into the mighty Columbia, the scenery is spectacular and the people are friendly and welcoming. For more information on Golden, please visit the links below.
Invermere is a lakeside resort community with a population of about 3,000 people. It is the economic centre of the Columbia Valley and is located in a unique setting, nestled between the Rocky Mountains to the east and the Purcell Mountains to the west. Invermere is a friendly community which boasts a wide variety of recreational activities and events. For more information, please visit the links below.
Kimberley is a four-season resort community located on the slopes of the Purcell Mountain Range across the valley from the world-famous Rocky Mountains. The town has approximately 7000 people and is only 20 minutes from Cranbrook, the region's largest city. Kimberley is a friendly town with a strong sense of community pride. For more information on Kimberley, please visit the links below.
Cranbrook has a population of 25,000 and services a surrounding area of nearly 50,000 people. It offers most of the services found in much larger cities including an international airport, shopping malls, block stores, the College of the Rockies, city buses, movie theatres, fitness gyms, a 4,500-seat arena, an aquatic centre and other excellent recreation facilities. Cranbrook is located about 25 minutes from the Kimberley Alpine Resort.
Fernie has a population of 5,500 people. It has a beautiful, historic downtown area, an indoor aquatic centre, an ice hockey arena, the Fernie Arts Station and many trendy restaurants, coffee shops and stores. The Fernie Alpine Resort is about 10 minutes from the town and is world-famous for its powder skiing.