Visitor Centre: 270 Kimberley Avenue, KimberleyWith 3 golf courses, a ski resort, festivals, adventure and more — you’ll need help to organize everything you can
Attractions & Tours
9851 Hwy 93/95, Fort SteeleExplore yesterday, today: travel back in time and discover the 1890s. Explore an authentic pioneer boomtown. Buildings, wagon and steam
301 North Star Blvd, Kimberley1800 acres adn 2465 vertical ft/751 mi of skiing and boarding. Long fall-line runs on wide cruisers and enormous glads.
306 - 3rd Ave, KimberleyA historical “gem” of the Kootenays—celebrating 80 years as a visitor attraction. Community vegetable and herb garden. Admission by donation
, Kimberley“A good play to be playing around.” Book online or call. Golf and stay from $109 per person; ask about
415 - 302 Ave, KimberleyNorman Woods design through ponderosa pines above St Mary’s River: $49; twilight from $25. Pro shop, practice facilities and restaurant.
115 Gerry Sorensen Way, KimberleyScenic train rides and mine tours. Operates daily July-Aug; Sat/Sun Victoria Day weekend (mid May) to June 30. Train Ride &
7145 Hwy 95A, CranbrookChampionship course with stunning scenery, elevation changes and bent grass. Scoregolf.com “best new course runner up.” $94+ tax for 18
110 Deer Park Ave, KimberleyDrop-in. All ages, no experience required. Climbing and more. Noon-10 pm, Sat/Sun from 10 am.
500 Stemwinder Dr, KimberleyLes Furber course with white silica bunkers follows North Star Mountain slopes and crosses creeks: $109 with cart and range
9915 Pattinson Rd, CranbrookSoulful solitude and spectacular dry fly fishing. Orvis endorsed professional guides and fly shop. Outstanding lodging at St Mary River
1777 2 St N, CranbrookSwimming, wave and tot pools, waterslide, sauna and steam rooms, hot tub, squash, curling and ice arena, fitness classes. WHL
950 Wildstone Dr, Cranbrook4.5 stars “Favourite round” in North America – Golf Digest. Canada’s 1st ‘Black Knight Course’ by Gary Player Design. $65