Check out Warren Miller Entertainment’s ‘Here, There & Everywhere’ on November 4th at the Conference Centre! Tickets are available online at www.meetkimberley.ca. For more information please call 250-427-6802 or email email@example.com.
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 experience.
Thank you for your great reviews and helping Trickle Creek Lodge receive this prestigious award!
View our reviews or leave your own on our TripAdvisor page.
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 Eye at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort
How to get there: Ride the Eagles Express Gondola from the Plaza to the summit, step outside and see the Eagle’s Eye Restaurant walkway in front of you
What you’ll see: Spectacular views of 6 National parks surrounding the resort (and eat a delicious meal as well).
3) Kimberley, B.C – Lois Creek Trails
How to get there: Parking is available at Centennial Hall. To enter Lois Creek Trails go to either the North End of trail Street, the intersection of 8th and Elko Street or at Centennial Hall at the old Legion Tracks.
What you’ll see: Gorgeous mountain vistas and a variety of wildlife along the trails.
4) Lizard Lookout at Fernie Alpine Resort
How to get there: Ride the Elk Chair to the top and walk a short distance into Lizard Bowl
What you’ll see: Stunning views of the Elk River & town of Fernie
5) Via Ferrata at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort – The Ultimate Mountain View
How to get there: Ride the Eagles Express Gondola from the Plaza to the summit, step outside and proceed to Eagle’s Eye, look for the tent to meet up with your guide and group. Once everyone is there you’ll do some training and head right over to the suspension bridge taking you to the Terminator Peak for the climb of your life!
What you’ll see: If you’re brave enough to turn around and take a look behind you’ll see a stunning stretch of mountains while hanging off the Terminator Peak including 6 National parks, the resort below you and Eagle’s Eye Restaurant off in the distance.
At Trickle Creek Lodge we’re proud to have received a 4.4/5 in our guest review score on hotels.com in 2015!
Check out Trickle Creek’s listing here.
City of Kimberley’s Scott Sommerville (left) & Kevin Wilson (right). Photo courtesy of e-know.ca.A lot of building investments, a slew of new businesses, a plethora of festivals and activities, mixed with an
enthusiastic local spirit has helped Kimberley’s tourism industry stay strong in a time when many have seen a decline. According to Kevin Wilson, the City of Kimberley’s Economic Development Officer, “With the exchange rate at its lowest levels in 13 years, our region is enjoying the duel benefit of more visits from Americans as well as increased visitation from neighbours in Alberta who are staying closer to home.”
Read more about the “Positive Trends in Kimberley” on the e-know website.
The annual Strongman competition, a part of the Sam Steele days held annually in Cranbrook, B.C has just wrapped up another successful event. The Strongman classic is a key part of the Same Steele days, having been a part of the festival since it began in 2004 being one of the spectators favourite events since it started. This year, Resorts of the Canadian Rockies donated 4 golf passes to Trickle Creek Golf Resort for the silent auction, organized by Fitness Inc., this year raising over $4000 for the SPCA! We’re glad to be a part of this great event!
Wow! We’re pleased to have won the TripAdvisor®, the 2015 Certificate of Excellence award.
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Jordan Knox, the manager of Montana’s Cookhouse, located here in the lodge, has been keeping a secret! He is a contributing writer for ‘Canada’s go to site for food service professionals’. His most recent article “Five things that contribute to a food-forward town” is all about his move to Kimberley and what he’s found out about the food in our town.
Trickle Creek Lodge, has just been named the #1 hotel in Kimberley, B.C on Tripadvisor. Check out all our reviews on our TripAdvisor page or book your own trip to Kimberley and Trickle Creek Lodge on our website.
Visit Trickle Creek Lodge during the ski season and have your ski tickets waiting when you check in, or stay during the summer and get preferred tee times bookings at the nearby 4 ½ star Trickle Creek Golf Resort. Visit our Packages section online for all offers.