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Kimberley, BC : St.
St. Mary Lake is a recreation lake located west of the community of Kimberley, BC in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. The 295 hectare lake rests at an elevation of 930 metres above sea level and is located at the base of Bootleg Mountain.
St. Mary Lake is popular for fishing, canoeing, swimming and birdwatching. The roads and mountains around St. Mary Lake are popular for hiking, cycling, mountain biking and hiking. The St Mary River enters and exits the lake. The exit river is a good put- in point for rafting.
Fishing on the lake is best when trolling. Fish caught in the lake depends on the seasons. Fish in the lake include rainbow, bull trout and cutthroat, white fish and ling cod. Fishing in BC, Canada requires a anglers liscence.
How to Get to St. Mary Lake :
Travel to the community of Kimberley, BC. From the community travel south for 5 kilometres to Marysville and then turn west on St Mary's Lake Road. Continue on St. Mary Lake Road for 16 kilometres. Road is paved until just before the lake and then the road turns gravel. The lake will be on your left.
St. Mary Lake
Kimberley, Kootenays, British Columbia, Canada
... part of the British Columbia Travel & Adventure Guide
Kimberley Parks & Trails
Fishing, Canoeing, Boating on St. Mary Lake, Kootenays, B.C., British Columbia, Canada.
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