Cranbrook, British Columbia

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Cranbrook Part of the BC Adventure Network. Over a million web site visitors annually !

Majestic Mount Baker towers over Cranbrook's picturesque parks, forested campgrounds and verdant golf courses. It looms as sentinel to a city positioned on the threshold of five of Canada's most outstanding provincial parks.

Called the Serengeti of the Americas the Cranbrook environ is renowned for its abundant wildlife, classic mountain scenery, crystal-clear lakes and rivers, and limitless outdoor possibilities.

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City Information

Population: 18,043

Elevation: 921 metres (3022 ft.)

Access: Cranbrook is serviced by commercial air and buslines. Highway 3/95, both well maintained routes, can take you east to Fernie or west to Creston.

Recreation Facilities & Activities: golf course, mini-golf, waterslides, swimming pool, skating rink, tennis courts, city & provincial parks, hunting, fishing, hiking, trail-rides, snowmobiling, downhill & cross-country skiing

Local Attractions: Canadian Museum of Rail Travel, Elizabeth Lake Wildlife Sanctuary, Heritage Walking Tour, Key City Theatre, Splash Zone Waterslide, St. Eugene Mission

May - Kootenay Children's Festival

June - Rockin' in the Rockies, Sam Steele Days

Accommodations: Travellers can choose from a number of hotel/motels and camgrounds/RV parks in town as well as bed & breakfasts. In the surrounding area, there are provincial and commercial campgrounds, guest ranch and bed & breakfast.

For Information:
Cranbrook & District Chamber of Commerce

Cranbrook Visitor Info Centre, 2270 Cranbrook St. N., Box 84, Cranbrook, BC V1C 4H6 • Tel: (250) 489-5261 or (250) 426-5914 • Fax: (250) 426-3873


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