Discover a history rich land set in a landscape of natural wonders. Boundary Country abounds with events, celebrations, hearty food, outdoor recreation and friendly people.
In the spring, when winter throws off its snowy cloak, Boundary Country blooms! Mountain slopes are painted in spring wildflowers. Higher elevation snow melt makes the Kettle and Granby Rivers swell with runoff. It’s perfect for kayaking and canoeing.
Explore Boundary Trails
Spring means it’s time to hike and bike. Come explore the Trans Canada and Kettle Valley Rail Trails and also the historic Dewdney Trails. Seasonal heritage and cultural attractions are open up in spring. We welcome you in to hear our stories. We have many tales of days gone by. Learn about our prospectors, and railway kings, Doukhobors and ranchers.
Provincial Parks welcome returning campers and families out for a day hike or picnic. The richness of rural life quickly becomes evident on a quiet country drive. Tour and taste your way through Boundary Country farmers’ markets and roadside stands. You’ll find them in Rock Creek, Greenwood, Grand Forks and Christina Lake.
Wanderlust and golden dreams first lured travellers to Boundary Country. This is a mineral-rich swath of land in the Thompson-Okanagan Region of BC. It begins where the 49th parallel marks the boundary between Canada and the United States. Relax in our tranquil and timelessly Canadian landscapes of cedar, spruce, and pine forested mountains. Discover your inner cowboy in our sweeping ranchland. Our lush, fertile valleys, are bound together by the Kettle River. It flows 282 km (185 mi) from its source in the Monashee Mountains, all the way to the community of Christina Lake