Sport fishing gets boost on Lower Columbia – The southern BC portion of the Columbia River basin boosts a myriad of world-class fishing opportunities. The Kootenay Sport Fishing project will include a web portal of use to residents and visitors.
In the Media
This Climbing Crag is 50 feet from a Pub by Justin Housman – The Pub Wall is a 130 foot tall crag located directly behind the Lion’s Head Smoke and Brew Pub in Castlegar.
Heli-Hiking in the Rockies at Mistaya Lodge posted by Kate Robertson – From the helicopter, Blaeberry River and its tributaries look like a miniature model. We sweep into another valley …
A Week-long Road Trip in BC’s Kootenays by Kat Tanock – Towering peaks, scenic valleys and quaint towns make British Columbia’s southeastern Kootenay region a destination worth exploring.
7 Gastronomic Experiences in BC Worth Travelling For, by Alison Roach – featuring the Yasodhara Ashram Yoga Retreat in Kootenay Bay and the Old Bauernhaus Restaurant in Kimberley.
Travel Blogger Jody Robbins – Breakfast Television Calgary coverage on ‘Fun things to do during the May Long Weekend’ which included Fernie and their trail running and biking events.
Cranbrook Past and Present by Hans Tammemagi – St. Eugene Resort intertwines high-end destination with culture and history.
BC’s Top Literary Towns – Straight out of a storybook. By Tara Henley. A literary stronghold worth a visit is the mountain town of Nelson.
Destination Guide: Golden, BC: Digital piece by Samantha Berman – The gateway to Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, Golden is an eclectic little town steeped in a culture of adventure.
Day Trip to Nakusp: Blog by Marc Smith – Is it possible to spend too much time in a hot spring? Medically speaking, yes, but I could float in the heated mineral waters of Halcyon Hot Springs for days.