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Boundary is rich in history. This is a landscape of natural wonders. It’s a land of fertile fields, lush valleys, lakes, rivers and mountains. You’ll find seemingly unlimited adventure here. Friendly people, outdoor recreation, hearty food, events and celebrations abound. Our communities include Baldy Mountain, Beaverdell, Big White, Bridesville, Christina Lake, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Rock Creek, Westbridge. It’s all yours to explore in Boundary Country in British Columbia, Canada.

Boundary Country – Four Season Fun

In the summer, our stretching, warm days are perfect for relaxing but just as ideal for adventure. The first thing anyone should do when visiting Boundary Country in summer is plan to get out on the water. Chill out on the beach at Jewel Lake after you’ve gone for a canoe on the emerald water surrounded by forest. Grab some friends or family (better yet, how about both!), and catch some rays and relaxation with a gentle float down the Kettle River. Load up or rent a motorboat and enjoy some classic summer fun on Christina Lake! 

Next up, hit the trails! There is over 2000 km of trail ready to be explored in Boundary Country. Check out our new Trail Map and start planning out your journey by foot or by bike. There’s no better way to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Boundary than on the trails. The rail trails of the region connect our communities and have diverse trip options! Take a short jaunt with the family from your campsite down to the Kettle River or plan for a multi-day, camping-as-you-go excursion. 

After your nature adventures, head into town to discover all that our communities have to offer! The local arts scene is as bustling as ever, with artists having extra time to perfect their craft during the pandemic. Art galleries and museums are the perfect way to beat the heat if you’ve spent too much time in the sun and discover new treasures! Community events are slowly (and safely) starting to take shape. Stop in at the local Visitor Centre and find out when the next Farmer’s Market is.