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Find resources and get the latest tourism news to help plan your visit to the West Boundary.

Visitors are attracted to the West Boundary for the Kettle River, the vast mountainous back country, back roads, our ski hills, the gorgeous vistas, the Trans Canada Trail, our history and our ranching culture. These are amazing attractions that bring people here from around the world and bring repeat visits from British Columbian year after year. We want travelers to enjoy their visit and to discover why we locals like to call this home. We also want to support safe experiences and respect for our natural environment.

Helpful Links

Below are popular websites and materials that will help you plan your trip

Our Neighbours
Continue west to the Okanagan or east to the Kootenays


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Places to eat

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Visitor Centers

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Know Before You Go

Know Before You Go

The West Boundary is a large geographic area which is sparsely populated. Much of the land base is mountainous Crown Land. Cell service is spotty. When you recreate in the wilderness there are basic safety precautions you should take.

Avalanche risk
Cattle on range
Cell Service
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Fire Season
Heat – Be prepared
Hunting Season
Invasive species
Potable water
Risks of floating on the river
Trans Canada Trail crosses private property and active farmland
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