Discover a world of mountain peaks, cascading waterfalls, sweeping grassland, sun-drenched beaches and abundant wildlife. Take your time and explore our parks and trails. The natural wonders you’ll find here may make it hard to decide where to go first!
Parks Full of Natural Wonders
With Provincial, regional, and community parks stretching from Westbridge to Rock Creek and from Midway to Christina Lake, natural wonders aren’t so far out of bounds in Boundary Country.
Savour the wide-open spaces and bask in the quiet of the wilderness. Windsurf Conkle Lake Provincial Park when the southerlies are blowing. Explore the Galloping Hills where wildflower meadows burst into colour in summer. Paddle ancient fishing grounds searching for pictographs the Sinixt First Nation people. Take a week, or maybe more. Explore our pristine and protected areas from one end of Boundary Country to the other.
Legendary Trail System
Many of our historic trails (link to trail page) are located within our parks. Explore the Trans Canada Trail (TCT), Kettle Valley Rail Trail (KVR) and portions of the Columbia and Western Rail Trail (CWT) and Dewdney Trail. Ride or hike from campsite to campsite and park to park.
The TCT and the KVR as well as portions of the historic CWT and Dewdney Trail are here for you to explore. Hike and bike where Bighorn sheep, elk and deer still roam. Whether you’re hiking or saddled up on a bike or horseback, the number of trails you can explore in Boundary Country are almost as boundless as our name would suggest! Their legendary names inspire stories of adventure. You can almost hear whispers of days gone by as you travel in the footsteps of history.