A group of friends walking on a bridge (Patrice Halley photo)
Step back in time at railway museums, abandoned ghost towns, and historic gold rush sites in the Kootenay Rockies.
Stop by an interpretive centre to pore over artifacts showcasing Aboriginal and Doukhobor cultures.
Take the kids to see an enchanted forest with folk figurines near Revelstoke, or wander through an 1890s gold rush town near Cranbrook. Railway fans can get up-close to carefully restored historic trains at museums in Revelstoke and Cranbrook.
After a day of exploring, unwind in a natural mineral hot spring or on a quiet park path in a national or provincial park.
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324 Front St
Kaslo, British Columbia
An International treasure, the SS Moyie is the oldest surviving intact vessel of her type in the world. At the edge of Kootenay Lake, the sternwheeler rests permanently in her former port of call at Kaslo. Owned & operated by the Canadian Pacific Railway, the SS Moyie plied the waters of Kootenay Lake for nearly 60 years. The ship has been restored with special attention to preserve her unique & elegant features. Launched in 1898 to provide connecting service to Nelson from the CPR's Crowsnest Pass line from the east, the Moyie remained a fixture on Kootenay Lake until 1957.