While some people might not be very excited by the Farmer’s Almanac prediction of having a ‘harsh and cold’ winter, we’re looking forward to it! The Old Farmer’s Almanac has been published since 1792 and using over 200 years of weather data, makes predictions for the upcoming seasons each year when it’s released on the second
On Tuesday September 8th, watch a presentation of the best high-adrenaline films entered into the Banff Mountain Film & Book Festival competition Banff Mountain Film Festivals Radical Reels Tour 2015. The Radical Reels program is made up of short, action-packed climbing, paddling, mountain biking, base jumping, skiing, snowboarding, and other adrenaline sport films. Check out the Radical Reels Tour
A lot of building investments, a slew of new businesses, a plethora of festivals and activities, mixed with an enthusiastic local spirit has helped Kimberley’s tourism industry stay strong in a time when many have seen a decline. According to Kevin Wilson, the City of Kimberley’s Economic Development Officer, “With the exchange rate at its lowest levels
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See info about 2016’s Pars & Guitars. It’s your second chance to enjoy live outdoor music while you dine on Trickle Creek Golf Resort‘s gorgeous patio. On Thursday, August 27th, see James Neve and a special surprise guest perform, doors open at 6pm, show starts at 7! See the Facebook event for more information.
Jordan Knox, the manager of Montana’s Cookhouse, located here in Trickle Creek Lodge, has been keeping a secret! He is a contributing writer for ‘Canada’s go to site for food service professionals’. His most recent article “Five things that contribute to a food-forward town” is all about his move to Kimberley and what he’s found out about the food
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From 10am – 3pm on August 23rd, we’ll have a variety of activities at the base area of Kimberley Alpine Resort as well as at the Top of the North Star chairlift! Ride the chairlift and find a kids playland with TWO big bouncy castles, an obstacle course, scavenger hunt, arts & crafts, face painting
The Men’s Mountain Classic is back at Trickle Creek Golf Resort again this September. Register for the tournament and be included in the new Wednesday night BBQ at Stemwinder Bar & Grill. To book a room at Trickle Creek Lodge, call 1-877-282-1200 and mention you are in the tournament. More information is on the official Men’s
Fernie, B.C One of the largest Bike Parks in the region with a recent focus on progression makes Fernie Alpine Resort’s bike park a favourite among the biking community, being voted in the Top 5 Bike Parks in Canada for the last 2 years. Offering cross country, downhill, single track and dual slalom trails accessible
The TELUS Shootout is starts today! Purchase a qualifying shot at a designated hole for a chance to make it to the finals and compete for $5400! All proceeds go to the Kimberley Food Bank. Qualify for the finals at Trickle Creek Golf Resort, Bootleg Gap Golf or Kimberley Golf Club between July 20th and
See info about 2016’s Pars & Guitars. Enjoy a buffet dinner and an intimate live acoustic performance at the NEW “Pars & Guitars” on the patio at the Trickle Creek Golf Resort Clubhouse. Featuring Canadian Idol Finalist Jason Greeley and Country Music Recording Artist Shane Young. Only $49/ pp. (Dinner at 6 pm Show at 7:30 pm).