Life’s for living, so get out there.

If you take your playtime as serious as we do, set a direct course for the West Koot Route. Here are just a handful of options to choose from.

 

HIT THE TRAIL

Hiking Whether it’s a sweeping alpine vista at Idaho Peak, a dip in a subalpine lake in Vahalla Park, or a trek through an old growth forest in the Goat Range, every hike along the WKR is sure to leave you breathless.

Hiking

Whether it’s a sweeping alpine vista at Idaho Peak, a dip in a subalpine lake in Vahalla Park, or a trek through an old growth forest in the Goat Range, every hike along the WKR is sure to leave you breathless.

RIDE THE RAILS

Biking / Touring BC’s longest network of converted rail beds makes for an excellent mountain biking adventure. From the Slocan Valley Rail Trail, which winds through pastoral countryside to the Galena Trail which takes you over a river, the WKR is a two-wheeler’s nirvana.

Biking / Touring

BC’s longest network of converted rail beds makes for an excellent mountain biking adventure. From the Slocan Valley Rail Trail, which winds through pastoral countryside to the Galena Trail which takes you over a river, the WKR is a two-wheeler’s nirvana.

REEL IT IN

Fishing / Paddling The WKR is surrounded by water. So if you’re looking for some boating bliss, look no further. From fishing for the legendary Kokanee to white water rafting to kayaking and more, it’s all here.

Fishing / Paddling

The WKR is surrounded by water. So if you’re looking for some boating bliss, look no further. From fishing for the legendary Kokanee to white water rafting to kayaking and more, it’s all here.


Photo Credits:

Jump In by Andrew Penner, Arrow Lake
Hit the Trail by David Gluns; Courtesy of KootenayRockies.com
Ride the Rails by Chris Dadson; Courtesy of KootenayRockies.com
Reel It In by Kari Medig; Courtesy of KootenayRockies.com
Shred the Slopes by Nick Diamond; Courtesy of KootenayRockies.com