There’s no better place to take some ‘me’ time.

No crowds. No busyness. The West Koot Route is all about slowing down and enjoying the moment. Here are a few ideas for passing the time.

 
 

SOAK IT IN

Hot Springs The WKR could also be called the “Hot Springs Highway” for all the choices in the area. From Halcyon’s resort experience to Ainsworth’s cave pools to Nakusp’s family setting to Halfway’s ‘wild’ eddies next to the river, your options are limitless.

Hot Springs

The WKR could also be called the “Hot Springs Highway” for all the choices in the area. From Halcyon’s resort experience to Ainsworth’s cave pools to Nakusp’s family setting to Halfway’s ‘wild’ eddies next to the river, your options are limitless.

WATCH THE LIGHT SNOW

Camping Out here, the stars shine brighter. Because our campsites are much less crowded, particularly in the shoulder months of April/May and September/October.

Camping

Out here, the stars shine brighter. Because our campsites are much less crowded, particularly in the shoulder months of April/May and September/October.

HUG A GIANT

Walking / Sightseeing In an old growth forest, it’s easy to be humble. Valhalla Park, Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park and Cedar Grove Trail are three of many walking trails along the West Koot Route that will give you some epic perspective.

Walking / Sightseeing

In an old growth forest, it’s easy to be humble. Valhalla Park, Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park and Cedar Grove Trail are three of many walking trails along the West Koot Route that will give you some epic perspective.


Photo Credits:

Idaho Peak Hiker by David Gluns, Slocan Lake Soak It In
Watch the Light Show by David Gluns
Hug A Giant by Kari Medig; Courtesy of KootenayRockies.com; Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park