Visit British Columbia’s Canadian Rockies
British Columbia offers up another side of the Canadian Rockies, where you’ll find Kootenay National Park, Mount Revelstoke and Yoho National Park. Golden, British Columbia is a great little town from which to explore the ample skiing, hiking, rafting, backpacking and other activities the Canadian Rockies offer. Look for more information on British Columbia from CanadianRockies.net in the near future.
Nipika Mountain Resort
Radium area – Nipika Mountain Resort borders Kootenay National Park and offers guests a recreational playground right out the front door of our luxurious lodge and cabins.
Nipika is a remarkable eco lodge inviting guests to retreat, relax and recreate. Cross-country ski, mountain bike, hike or run on our endless trails out the front door. Fish, canoe, kayak or raft the nearby Kootenay River. Or just sit on the porch and watch wildlife graze on the meadow.
Grizzly Bears of Knight Inlet
Outstanding wildlife together with “The Most Spectacular Train Trip in the World” A perfect combination for an unforgetable daylight journey through the spectacular Rockies and Canada’s West.
Grizzly Bear viewing Glendale Cove in Knight Inlet is home to one of the largest concentrations of grizzly (brown) bears in British Columbia. It is not uncommon for up to 40 bears to be within a few miles of the lodge during the peak fall season when the salmon are running up the Glendale River.