We’re offering a special rate for participants in the annual Men’s Mountain Classic golf tournament at Trickle Creek Golf Resort in September! Call us at 1-877-282-1200 or email email@example.com to book your room. For more information and link to register for the tournament visit the Facebook event page.
We’re proud to have received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence again in 2017! The achievement celebrates hospitality businesses that have earned great traveler reviews on TripAdvisor over the past year. Certificate of Excellence recipients include accommodations, eateries and attractions located all over the world that have continually delivered a quality customer experience. View our reviews
Time is running out! There is just two weeks left in the 2016 golf season, book your last few rounds online or by calling the golf shop at 250-427-3389. Looking to book one last golf getaway this year? Check out our packages page for our current special offers or give us a call at 250-427-5175.
It’s not over yet! Although it’s winding down, there is still plenty of summer sunshine left before the chill of winter creeps up on us. In the meantime, whether you’re a golfer, runner or explorer, here are the rest of the summer events to attend to soak in the last of the summer rays! Pars &
They’re back! B104FM presents Pars & Guitars on Trickle Creek Golf Resort’s Clubhouse outdoor patio, featuring an acoustic performance by Jason Greeley and Shane Young on July 28th. Make it a date night! Golf, dine & enjoy live music – for only $69 purchase a package with 18 holes (including cart & range) and get tickets to
Summer might be the best time to get outdoors and enjoy what the mountains have to offer in our amazing backyard in Canada. In recent years, ski resorts in British Columbia have made a series of additions, upgrades and updates to have family friendly activities for adults and the little’s as well as keeping the
We’re proud to be recipients of the 2016 TripAdvisor Award of Excellence. Now in its sixth year, the achievement celebrates hospitality businesses that have earned great traveler reviews on TripAdvisor over the past year. Certificate of Excellence recipients include accommodations, eateries and attractions located all over the world that have continually delivered a quality customer
1) Lost Boys Lookout at Fernie Alpine Resort How to get there: Ride the Timber Chair to the top and walk a short distance past Lost Boys Café over to the Lost Boys Lookout What you’ll see: Amazing landscapes of the surrounding peaks of the mountains and of the town of Fernie below. 2) Eagle’s
Join us for another Mountaintop Kidz Festival on June 26th, 2016! Ride the chairlift at Kimberley Alpine Resort to the mountaintop to find a kids wonderland of fun including bouncy castles, scavenger hunts and live music! Plus facepainting, crafts, mountaintop BBQ and petting zoo! Tickets will be available starting June 10th, call us at 1-877-282-1200
The trail running event of the summer is returning to Kimberley, B.C this summer on August 20th & 21st. The Black Spur Ultra is a ‘pure, tough’ mountain running event that is wrought from the winding single track that trail runners dream about (no pavement – just rugged terrain and big climbs)! Trickle Creek
Trickle Creek Golf Resort has just announced their tentative opening day for the 2016 golf season on Friday, May 6th! Book a stay and play special in May and save – visit our packages page to see all special offers, call us to book at 1-877-282-1200.
According to some of the staff at Kimberley Alpine Resort, the best thing about spring in Kimberley is… Sue Raymond is 1st year Ski Host at Kimberley Alpine Resort, she’s lived in Kimberley for 10 years and owns Stonefire Pizzeria in the Platzl and is also a Kimberley Alpine Resort Event Volunteer Extraordinaire! We asked Sue about
Words by Cali Sammel Photos by Tourism Kimberley, The Real Mckenzie Photography and Mike Reece. This post originally appeared on Kimberley Alpine Resort’s blog. The ski (and tourism) industry are run by numbers and stats – i.e how many runs the mountain offers, how many centimeters or feet of snowfall received, how many other things can I