What's Happening Around Cranbrook?
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Explore the Kootenay Rockies
Cranbrook, British Columbia is a regional business and agricultural centre, a golf mecca and a ski paradise- what more could we offer? How about history, wildlife and all-Canadian hockey?
Visit nearby Fort Steele Heritage Town which tells the story of the region’s gold rush and mining history through demonstrations, performances and displays. Right in town we have the newly-renovated and expanded Canadian Museum of Rail Travel, where you can see how the other half lived when crossing the country in the deluxe train accommodations of the past.
Take in the breathtaking majesty of the Rocky Mountains while hiking through one of more than a dozen local parks' wilderness walking trails. Are you obsessed with golfing? Perfect your short game at some of B.C.'s most beautiful golf courses, some of which, are highly rated by Golf Digest and SCORE golf magazine!
Trust www.hellobc.com or Cranbrook and District of Commerce to fill you in on other sites, festivals and activities of interest in this region. Or download our fun 'map'* of southern Alberta and the Kootenay Rockies (*map not drawn to scale). Download: Explore BC AB Map
Golfing the Kootenay Rockies
With the most sunshine in British Columbia, the City of Cranbrook is a picturesque escape in the Kootenay Rockies. Featuring a wide range of activities and attractions in the immediate area, even the slightest possibility of boredom is a rare occurrence. Fascinating heritage sites, relaxing natural hot springs, breathtaking hiking and mountain biking trails, exhilarating white water rafting, and championship golfing are just some of the options to fill your time in the Kootenay Rockies.
A world-class golfing experience has no better backdrop than the Kootenay Rockies. With a wide selection of 25 championship golf courses set among spectacular mountain ranges, the conditions are pristine. Discover the perfect setting for your next golf getaway in the Kootenay Rockies. Golf courses typically open in April/May and close towards the end of September (depending on the weather).