product of the silver bonanza of the 1890's, Kaslo is set
on a delta of the Kaslo River, between the Selkirk and Purcell
Mountains. On February 25, 1894 both a fire and hurricane
stuck the town all but destroying it. Fortunately the community
was re-built and the tree-lined streets and vintage buildings
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546 m. (1,791 ft.)
Follow Highway 31 north of Balfour or Highway 31A south
of New Denver.
Facilities & Activities: golfing, boating, fishing, camping,
hiking, hot springs, swimming
Attractions: SS Moyie tours, Langham Cultural Centre,
Ainsworth Hot Springs, Woodbury Mining Museum
- Jazz Festival
There is a provincial park/campground north of town. Also
a number of commercial campground/RV parks, some with cottages
are located in area surrounding Kaslo. In town there is a
choice of bed & breakfast, motel, cabins & campgrounds.
Kaslo Visitor Info Centre
324 Front Street, Box 537, Kaslo, BC V0G 1M0
Telephone & Fax: (250) 353-2525