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3609 Highway 31, PO Box 1268, Ainsworth, BC V0G 1A0

The hot springs were first visited by the Ktunaxa First Nations peoples who experienced the waters as a welcome respite after a long day of hunting, fishing, and gathering roots and berries in what is now known as the Kootenay region. The Ktunaxa First Nations peoples embraced the nupika wu’u, or hot mineral waters, for their healing and rejuvenating powers and Ainsworth Hot Springs has been welcoming guests since the 1930s.

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5470 Highway 6, Box 1, Burton, BC V0G 1E0

formerly Pomona Cider Mill

Burton City Cider a name that reflects the history of the area. In the late 1800s, Arthur Burton registered the townsite as “Burton City”. Like the pioneers who came before us, we planted apple and fruit trees and started making cider.

Fall hours – Pizza night Thursday 2-9 pm Fridays and Saturdays from 11 -4   Saturdays till Thanksgiving: Nakusp Farmers Market & Revelstoke Market 9-2.

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6162 Trans Canada Highway, Malakwa, BC V0E 2J0

HOT POOLS, CAMPING, ACCOMMODATION OPEN YEAR-ROUND
BEST REST STOP WITH HOT POOLS, SUSPENSION BRIDGE & MORE
When traveling between Alberta and BC take a break in Eagle Pass. Park awhile and stroll the boardwalks through majestic forests… right from the highway-side pull-thru parking spots perfect for RV’ers. Experience the Suspension Bridge to get close to the falls; then make time to warm-up in the hot mineral-rich pools. You can enjoy the amenities for an hour, or choose to stay at this resort on Eagle River for an extended time. We offer a wide array of accommodation choices from simple tent sites… to a luxury 3-bedroom executive suite close to the waterfalls.

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1286 Highway 6, Box 72, Crescent Valley, BC V0G 1H0

AdventureRafting & Tours
Specialized in professional guiding experience.

Endless Adventure has been the local go-to rafting and kayaking company in the West Kootenays since 2006! We provide adventure and gentle rafting trips down the Slocan River, and offer kayaking and paddle boardings lessons and courses for all ages! We have a fleet of kayaks, paddleboards, and tubes for rent and we provide expert advice on where to go on the river to maximize your safety and fun!

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8034 Highway 6, Box 63, Fauquier, BC V0G 1K0

Take time to enjoy a relaxing round of golf on the shore of the beautiful Arrow Lakes.

Located in the scenic West Kootenays between the Monashee and Selkirk Mountain ranges, our 9 hole course is both fun for the novice and a challenge for the more experienced golfer.

RV-ing?  We have a grassed and treed parking area near the clubhouse and if you need full facilities there is private camping nearby.

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400 A Avenue, Box 430, Kaslo, BC V0G 1M0

Regional Tourism Magazine, for the southeastern area known as the West Kootenays in British Columbia, Canada.

Published by KS Perry Publishing Ltd (DBA Pennywise) in Kaslo BC.
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5655 Highway 23 North, Nakusp, BC V0G 1R0

Open 365 days a year, Halcyon is home to some of the most restorative hot spring waters you will find in North America. General Frederick Burnham, who owned the “Halcyon Sanitarium” until 1955 believed these waters should be shared with the world. We hold the same philosophy, along with a dream to create a village where everyone is welcome to relax and enjoy the healing waters of Halcyon Hot Springs, British Columbia.

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91 4th Ave. NW, Box 355, Nakusp, BC V0G 1R0

Come and visit us at 91 4th Ave. NW in Nakusp! Everything is made right here in the shop and you may even find one of our chocolatiers hard at work at our public workstation so you can watch how your favourite treats are made!

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Box 365, Nelson, BC V0G 5R2
Open May-October! The coolest new activity in the Kootenays! Kokanee Mountain Zipline will provide customers with an incredible adrenaline rush of flying high above Kokanee Creek and a view of the variety of natural flora and fauna, while at the same time encouraging the preservation of the area’s significant natural resources and history.
No wings required. From high up in the forest canopy, experience a bird’s eye view of the stunning natural environment as you soar above the canyon at Kokanee Creek Provincial Park on six awe-inspiring ziplines. It’s the only outdoor adventure that’ll leave you breathless without breaking a sweat.
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92-6th Avenue NW, Box 584, Nakusp, BC V0G 1R0
The Nakusp Museum exhibits some of the fascinating history of the Nakusp area. It is home to over 6000 artifacts of early life on the Arrow Lakes.
(Closed for 2021 Due to COVID 19 restrictions)
Admission: $5 per person or $10 per family (2 Adults + Kids)
619 Broadway St W, Nakusp, BC V0G 1R0, Canada

Every Saturday 9 am – 1 pm

Corner of Broadway and 6th Avenue NW

Victoria Day Weekend – End of October

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8500 Hot Springs Road, Box 280, Nakusp, BC V0G 1R0

For over a century hot springs enthusiasts have sought out the Nakusp Hot Springs to soak away stress, invigorate energy and re- store inner balance while enjoying the healing mineral water. The Nakusp Hot Springs has a warm welcome for those who have yet to experience this rare gem, and a warm spot in the hearts of those who have been here before.

Relax in our spacious creekside RV and tenting campground, or one of the comfy Cedar Chalets, just steps away from the hot spring pools. Be sure to make your reservations early as it’s a hot spot for camping.

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1 Slocan Star Street, Sandon, BC V0G 1S0

Sandon is a ghost town in southern British Columbia, Canada. It is home to Western Canada’s oldest continuously operating hydroelectric station.

Sandon is the glorious heart of B.C.’s famous Valley of the Ghosts. The former wild silver mining town was once a wild, wild place with saloon and casino brawlers living up to the town’s brazen hell-raising image as the heart and soul of the Silvery Slocan. The West Kootenay wilderness community, nestled along a creek bank in a narrow valley, is today mostly still and hauntingly quiet.

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