Play in Boundary Country
We love to play in Boundary Country. Unlimited adventure is found here along with an abundance of things to do. Uncover the legends of the gold prospectors of old. While you’re here, learn about railway wars and Doukhobors. Our communities are rich with culture, which can be translated through the various cultural centres, heritage sites and galleries that are littered throughout the region. Tour mile-after-mile of back-country roads, and drink in the landscapes that inspire local artists. Our trail system is expansive and diverse. Hike or ride the Trans-Canada Trail through the evergreen mountains and then onto the historic Kettle Valley Rail Trail through stunning landscapes that hug the Kettle River, all in the same excursion.
Four Seasons of Fun
Summertime vibes are sky-high in Boundary. Join in on the celebrations that include outdoor festivals that celebrate the blues, homecoming, and the love of baseball! Tour and taste your way through Boundary Country before or after the festivities.
Boundary Country is also known for its wide variety of birds. Bring your binoculars and be prepared to spot everything from Nuthatches to Grebes.
Experience the richness of rural life at community farmers’ markets, and the Rock Creek Country Fair. Finally, when winter blankets Boundary Country, step outdoors. It’s time to bomb the black diamond, chill out on the bunny slopes, and jib and jam at the terrain park. Between Mt. Baldy and Phoenix Mountain ski resorts, there are plenty of snowy stashes to conquer here.
Check out this downloadable pdf with the four simple steps to enjoying your time in Boundary Country, British Columbia.
No matter what outdoor activity you are planning, be prepared. Follow the three Ts—trip planning, training, and taking the essentials. AdventureSmart is a great resource to help you get informed before heading outdoors.
When planning your trip, be sure to brush up on the latest Current Travel Information. Any questions can be answered with a quick call to the respective Visitor Centres of the communities you’re going to visit. The Visitor Centres are also a great resource in helping determine the things to do in their towns.