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Explore the Columbia Valley

Adventures from Radium to Fairmont and everything in between.

Summer

The Columbia Valley offers endless opportunities when it comes to exploring. From a relaxing day at one of the beaches along Windermere Lake to an entertaining day golfing, to a soak in the Radium Hot Springs pools, the choice is all yours. Hiking, ATVing, biking, kayaking and SUPing are a few examples of what our Valley can offer for an unforgettable stay.

Winter

A gem full of surprises: Take a skate on the 33km groomed ice loop of the famous Lake Windermere Whiteway or choose a ski day at Panorama Mountain Resort; winter in the Columbia Valley comes fully equipped with fun. From cross country to alpine skiing, be right on the slopes in no time. And once you are done, start your après ski in the comfort of the Fairmont or Radium Hot Springs pools and let the magic of winter wonderland do the rest.
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Toby Creek Adventures

Offers family friendly ATV and Side-By-Side tours – perfectly suited for all skill levels. Their guided tours guarantee fun for the whole family. Learn more
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Mineral Hot Springs

Enjoy two of Canada’s most renowned Hot Springs only a short drive away – in Radium Hot Springs, And Fairmont Hot Springs. Learn more
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Biking on Westside Legacy Trail

This easy, scenic and paved trail runs more than 25km (16mi) along the west side of Windermere Lake. Accessible alongside Westside Road from the Norther and Southern trailheads. Learn more
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Columbia River Paddle

Experience the Columbia River Wetlands, or Lake Windermere on Kayak, Stand up Paddle Board, or canoe. Offering Interpretive and self-guided tours for all ages – the favourite is their Invermere to Radium paddle. Learn more
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Columbia Valley Golf Trail

Featuring nine golf courses within a short half-hour drive of downtown Invermere. Golf till your heart’s content! Learn more
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Windermere Lake

A popular place for swimming, trout fishing, windsurfing, waterskiing, sailing, canoeing, kayaking and picnicking. Learn more
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Kootenay National Park

Attracting visitors from all over the world, Kootenay National Park is full of fun things to do – from hiking trails, wildlife watching, hot and cold mineral springs including the iron-rich dark red-orange Paint Pots. Learn more

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