Cranbrook, Parks, Trails, Lakes
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Destinations in and around Cranbrook, BC in the East Kootenay
region of British Columbia, Canada including the areas
of St. Eugene, Fort Steele, Jaffray, Lumberton, Bull River,
Gold Creek and Silver Springs.
|Cranbrook Community Forest is a 2000 hectare park with hiking trails, lookout points, lakes, grasslands and forests of trees. The trails are enjoyed by hikers, mountain bikers, joggers, walkers and cross country skiers. [ more info ]|
|Elizabeth Lake Sanctuary in Confederation Park s a 6 hectare wildlife reserve with trails exploring wetlands, grasslands, a lake and forest. It is popular for birdwatching, wildlife viewing, hiking, biking, jogging and dog walking. . [ more info ]|
|Fort Steele Town is a large working heritage village with live theatre, horse rides, train rides, blacksmith demonstrations, wagon tours, gold-panning, street theatre and interpretive tours with actors dressed as pioneers. [ more info ]|
|Horseshoe Lake enjoys gentle rolling hills, surrounded by grasslands and forests. Activities enjoyed at the lake include hiking, birdwatching, camping, mountain biking, swimming, fishing and canoeing. [ more info ]|
|Idlewild Park is a small community recreation park with a small lake, picnic area, walking paths, fishing pier and playground. Activities enjoyed at the park include fishing, hiking, biking, jogging, birdwatching and picnicking. [ more info ]|
|Isador Canyon Trail is a hiking & biking connector trail between the community of Cranbrook and Wardner. The trail passes meadows, grasslands, rolling hills while exploring along rock bluffs and under forest cover. [ more info ]|
|Jimsmith Lake Provincial Park is 13.70 hectares in size and is popular for many summer activities including camping, swimming, picnicking, canoeing, birdwatching, kayaking, boating, and in the winter - ice skating. [ more info ]|
|Lakit Lake is is a small, shallow man-made lake. Some of the activities enjoyed on the lake include fishing, camping and canoeing. Some of the activities away from the lake mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding. [ more info ]|
|Moyie Lake Provincial Park is 90.5 hectares and was established to protect the habitat. Park activities include swimming, picnicking, camping, boating, kayaking, canoeing, wind surfing, sailing, birdwatching and fishing. [ more info ]|
|Norbury Lake Provincial Park is 97 hectares and includes two lakes. Some of the activities enjoyed in the park include water skiing, hiking, sightseeing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boating and birdwatching. [ more info ]|
|North Star Lake is situated south of Jaffray in a forest of ponderosa pine on the shores of North Star Lake. Some of the activities enjoyed at the lake include swimming, boating, canoeing, camping, birdwatching and kayaking. [ more info ]|
|Palmer Bar is a recreation site consisting of a small four unit wilderness campground resting on the shores of a historic millpond. Some of the activities include camping, canoeing, wildlife watching and birdwatching. [ more info ]|
|Tie Lake is a very popular recreation lake made up of 3 arms popular for boating, canoeing, water skiing and fishing. Located on the shores of the lake are the Tie Lake Regional Day Use Park and the Tie Lake Recreation Site. [ more info ]|
|Wapiti Lake is a wilderness recreation campground and an activity destination. Some of the outdoor activities enjoyed on Wapiti Lake include fishing, boating, camping, birdwatching, wildlife viewing, kayaking and canoeing. [ more info ]|
|Lake Koocanusa is a reservoir lake created by the construction of the Libby Dam in Montana in 1972. The lake extends 185 kilometres and is home to many sandy beaches, campsites and boat launches. The activities enjoyed on the lake include fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking and camping.|
|Lakit Lake Lookout Trail is a 2 kilometre hike to a lookout at a summit of 2354 metres. From the lookout there are views of the Rocky Mountain Trench and of the Wildhorse Valley. Scenic views south include the Steeples, Mt. Fisher, Lone Peak, Kootenay River and Fort Steele. 1-1.5 hours to hike to the lookout and back.|
|Mount Fisher Hiking Trail is a rough and rugged 5 kilometre uphill hike via switchbacks through forests and flowering meadows to a viewpoint at the summit of Mount Fisher. The hike provides views of the Rocky Mountain Trench, Purcell Mountains and the Rocky Mountains. It is a one-way 5 hour hike. dress warmly as temperatures can change abruptly.|
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