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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

Boundary Country is the ultimate fall escape. Boundless nature transforms right before the eyes, and endless adventure is just asking to be taken advantage of. Small towns ooze with culture and artistic treasure waiting to be uncovered. A fall adventure in Boundary can be perfectly complemented by a stay at a peaceful campground or a quirky accommodation. Make your home base at Jewel Lake Resort and wake up right next to the water with gorgeous views and the sweet sound of silence. Or maybe try an accommodator like PV Ranch Adventures and fall asleep to the sweet sound of the rushing Granby River after some campfire marshmallow roasting. Things move slower out here in the fall, take in the nature, the beauty, and find true relaxation.

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 along the Kettle River or plan for a multi-day, camping-as-you-go excursion. 

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 a great way to spend the day if the weather is having a fit. Gain a deeper understanding of the Boundary communities and their people. You may even discover new treasures along the way! Community events are slowly starting to (safely) take shape, stop in at the local Visitor Centre and find out when the next Farmer’s Market is.