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BC Rockies Towns

Towns in the BC Rockies

Cranbrook | Elkford | Fairmont Hot Springs | Fernie | Field | Fort Steele | Golden | Invermere | Kimberley | Radium Hot Springs | Revelstoke | Sparwood | Tete Jaune Cache | Valemount | Windermere

The British Columbia Rockies region is an awe inspiring land nestled in the Rocky Mountains Trench. This is the birthplace of the Columbia and Kootenay rivers. And, home to many of Canada's most majestic National Parks and Provincial Parks. From the alpine meadows to the river valleys, the BC Rocky Mountains are waiting to be explored.

When you visit the BC Rockies region, it's easy to see why British Columbia is so popular with travellers. Almost every outdoor adventure imaginable is available here. Plus, world class golf courses and resort accommodations. In the BC Rockies, you can do as much or as little as you like, then top it off with a relaxing soak in the bubbling hot springs.

A city positioned on the threshold of five of Canada's most outstanding provincial parks.
Forested slopes, alpine meadows, glacier fed lakes & streams surround the picturesque community of Elkford.
Fairmont Hot Springs
The largest odourless hot pools in Canada! Relax and enjoy! Plus some of BC's most magnificent scenery.
Hiking, mountain biking, trail riding, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, downhill & cross-country skiing.
On the banks of the Kicking Horse River in Yoho National Park, with spectacular Rocky Mountain scenery.
Fort Steele
A piece of living history, with over 60 heritage buildings, first-class musical comedies, and scripted street dramas.
Surrounded by massive snow-clad peaks, shimmering lakes & blue skies. The perfect spot to enjoy nature.
A lively tourist area! Windermere Lake for summer activities. Panorama Ski Resort for winter.
The Highest City in Canada. Kimberley offers the ideal setting for outdoor based vacations.
Radium Hot Springs
At the West Gate of Kootenay National Park. Radium Hot Springs Pools attract people from around the world.
Nestled in the shadows of the Selkirk Range on Hwy #1, between Mt. Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks.
At the junction of Hwy 3 and Hwy 43, beyond this alpine community exists a treasure of high country adventure.
Tete Jaune Cache
Nestled in the Robson Valley, between 3 mountain ranges, this played a historic role in the 1800s fur trade.
In BC's North Thompson River Valley. Hiking, camping, canoeing, kayaking or fishing one of the local rivers.
On Windermere Lake, in the Rocky Mountain Trench. A beautiful spot surrounded by mountains.

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