Ride the chairlift to the top of the Northstar Mountain where you can then walk along the witchy woods trail and through the creepy cemetery. Tour the haunted Kootenay Haus and take a family photo under the spider web arch.
•Burgers, hot dogs, chips, coffee/tea/hot chocolate available for purchase
•Kids will receive a delicious Halloween treat!
•Great deals at Montana’s Cookhouse
•Slashed guest room specials at the Trickle Creek Lodge (valid October 17-19)
$12/adult, $8/Youth, $5/child
(under 3 are not permitted on the chair lift)
CALL 250-427-5175 for tickets (On sale October 1st)
See who else is going and receive updates – join our Facebook event.
Is it your first season skiing/riding at Kimberley Alpine Resort? Check out our First Timer’s Guide.
Looking to book a vacation? Early Booking offers are on now, book online or call a reservation specialist at 1-800-258-7669. Live chat is also available on the RCR Vacations website, during business hours.
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If you aren’t participating in the Gran Fondo race on Saturday, you likely know someone who is. The best spot to cheer on your family and friends is in the platzl. Each of the 3 race categories pass by the Aid station set up in the platzl during their races, while waiting check out one of the many pubs, European themed restaurants or cafes, play a giant game of chess, check out the Heritage Museum, the largest freestanding cuckoo clock in North America or just enjoy the socializing. Visit the Gran Fondo website for more information about the race.
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 trailer on Youtube.
Show will be at the Kimberley Conference & Athlete Training centre, doors open at 6:00pm and Movie starts at 7:00pm, purchase tickets online.
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 in 13 years, our region is enjoying the duel benefit of more visits from Americans as well as increased visitation from neighbours in Alberta who are staying closer to home.”
Read more about the “Positive Trends in Kimberley” on the e-know website.
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 in our town.
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 and the canteen! The fun isn’t just at the top, we’ll also have plenty of activities at the base area including live kids music, another bouncy castle, climbing wall, petting zoo and a BBQ! Prices: $15/adult, $10/youth & $10/child.
Tickets are available now! Call Trickle Creek Lodge – call 250-427-5175 to purchase or for more information.
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 Mountain Classic website.
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 from the base area or chair lift as well as a number of green trails and lessons for any ability level to learn the sport or brush up on skills.
Fernie Alpine Resort isn’t the only place to ride in Fernie, along with a number of trails accessed from town, maintained by the Fernie Mountain Bike Club and the Fernie Trails Alliance there have been significant improvements made to a number of trails over the last few summer’s allowing even more people to enjoy scenery around this gorgeous mountain town! A favourite among the youngest generation of riders, Fernie also has a FREE dirt jump park with large & small jumps, bridges and obstacles to check out, located in town near the aquatic centre.
For more information on Mountain Biking in Fernie, B.C visit the Fernie Tourism website.
There are ‘trails for everyone’ in Kimberley, 3 different trail networks offer everything from beginner riding with gentle, scenic cruises to some adrenaline pumped more difficult trails. With the newest improvements of the trails, the North Star Rails to Trails network is a 25 km long multi use track perfect connecting Kimberley & Cranbrook, perfect for families looking for an afternoon spent exercising outdoors in one of the sunniest places in B.C! Other trails to try are the Lois Creek Trails, geared towards beginner to intermediate riders, and the Kimberley Nature Park, one of the largest municipal parks in Canada for great for riders of all levels.
Get more information on the Tourism Kimberley website.
Try out the only gondola accessed mountain biking in the region at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, with over 3,700 feet of variety, there’s downhill hardcore single tracks with multiple berms, jumps and wooden features as well as lessons and green trails offered for beginners! Golden, B.C has more amazing mountain biking options to offer, being located near Mount 7, one of the most challenging downhills in Canada! Not to worry if you aren’t into the challenge, there are over 100 kms of cross country trails on Mountain Shadows and Moonraker trail systems as well as easier road and mountain cycling. Don’t miss the annual Totally Spoked Bike Fest, this year on May 30th, and participate or observe great mountain biking events at the resort and all around the town!
Get more information on the Tourism Golden website.