Category: Places to Go

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Castlegar

The City of Castlegar is found at the southern reaches of Lower Arrow Lake, at the confluence of the Kootenay and Columbia Rivers. The explorer David Thompson traveled through…

Naramata

Naramata

It’s 40 degrees Celsius. That’s hot – very hot on this asphalt road, and my legs are getting tired from walking up the hill. Yet the heat is…

Revelstoke

Revelstoke

When the Canadian Pacific Railway bridged the Rocky Mountains in the mid-1880′s, a wave of explorers, prospectors, and settlers followed the rails into the newly opened mountain ranges….

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Cherry Blossoms in Nelson

Spring is a beautiful season in Nelson, a time when the verdant Nature awakens in the warm valley along the lakeshore and stretches quietly into the upper reaches of the our mountain…

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Kaslo

In the mid-1800′s, prospectors from the northern parts of Washington State, Idaho, and Montana began exploring the shores of Kootenay Lake for precious ores and mineral outcroppings. Many…

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Nelson

In 1867, placer gold was discovered at the mouth of Forty-Nine Mile Creek, just west of what would one day become the booming frontier mining town of Nelson,…

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Sandon – a transit history

The City of Sandon was literally founded with silver streets and golden dreams, when two prospectors found silver ore in the rocks of Carpenter Creek. Others quickly arrived, including…

Nelson BC Walking Tour

Nelson Walking Tour

Green-Gables

Green Gables

Explore the Green Gables National Historic Site, in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, Canada. This historic homestead was the inspiration for one of Canada’s most beloved stories, LM Montgomery’s…

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Exploring Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is a land of solitude and pastoral pleasures, with a natural beauty invigorated by the limitless Atlantic Ocean and the glacial-carved granite headlands which bear the foundations of…

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Grand Canyon Lodge

“The earth suddenly sinks at our feet to illimitable depths. In an instant, in the thinking of an eye, the awful scene is before us.” – Clarence E. Dutton,…