The Kootenay Rockies provides exhilarating mountain adventure both in winter and summer. Its majestic mountains and glacial lakes offer a backdrop to the charming towns nestled below. When you have made your destination choice, select your resort, motel, hotel, inn, cabin or lodge from those listed on this site.
Kootenay Lake in the southern part of the region offers plenty of boating, fishing and sandy beaches with Nelson, Balfour and Creston being good access points. Fort Steele Heritage Town is located near Cranbrook and heading north through the Valley of a Thousand Peaks is Fairmont Hot Springs and Radium Hot Springs with golfing, wildlife and of course those welcoming hot springs.
On the western side of the Kootenay Rockies you can follow the Slocan Valley from Castlegar on up through Nakusp to Revelstoke in the National Parks Corridor. Glacier and Mt. Revelstoke Parks have hiking trails, stunning vistas and an abundance of wildlife as well as the popular BC Hydro Revelstoke Dam.
Need a place to stay, the lodgings in the Kootenay Rockies listed below can be searched for by activities such as ‘hot springs", "hiking" or "skiing" or in geographical terms such as "Nelson" or "Invermere".
Plan ahead by checking out the attractions and things to do in the main towns located in the Kootenay Rockies region.
Experience Canada's largest mineral hot springs at this family-friendly BC Rockies Mountain resort. Enjoy 45 holes of golf, family ski area, spa, recreational programs, dining and 2 RV parks. Lodge …more >
Fairmont Bungalows offers self-contained cabins and motel units surrounded by trees and grassed yard. Each cabin has its own private veranda with a barbecue and patio furniture. As you enjoy your …more >
The spacious villas of this five star Rocky Mountain resort enjoy mountain and golf course views and offer all conveniences of your own home, including a fully- furnished kitchen, washer, dryer, …more >
Relax by the fireplace or enjoy a game of pool. Our units are very spacious and ideal accommodations for large groups. Be sure to take the opportunity to visit the area's natural hot springs and take …more >
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