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OFFICIAL COMMUNITY GUIDE 2017

Trail, British Columbia

5 Blooms International Participant


Photo: Dave Heath

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Trail’s City Council extends

a warm welcome 2017

Explore the 4-season recreation, culture and beauty of the Columbia River Valley; where we work to attract investment, maintain established businesses, and enhance opportunities for residents and visitors to

live, work and play.

Enjoy a stroll or cycle along the Columbia River Skywalk, the City’s new pedestrian

Photo: Lance Harrison

bridge. Spanning the mighty Columbia River, the bridge is one of the longest bridges of its kind in North America at 1000 ft. landing to landing. This majestic, signature structure is part of the Trans

Canada Trail network and a local 2km walking /cycling loop known as “Walking the Bridges.” Construction is underway for the new Trail Riverfront Centre – an integrated library and museum facility. Located downtown, Join us for this year’s Trail Silver City Days celebration from May 10-14th. This multi-day family style event offers carnival rides, a parade, fireworks, entertainment, great food and more. Get info at www.silvercitydays.com Our civic pride is evident through participation in the international Communities in Bloom program. From heritage conservation to International Challenge Medium Category Winner 5 Blooms - Bronze

environmental awareness, our residents’ can-do attitude is

this gathering place will offer interactive, hands-on learning experiences with engaging cultural exhibits. Also in the works, is the new terminal building at the Trail Regional Airport (YZZ). Travelers will benefit from an improved designated arrival/ departure zone, and short and long-term parking. Pacific Coastal Airlines offers flights twice daily to Vancouver. More info at www.trailairport.ca

showcased with a burst of colour.

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Mayor’s Welcome for the Trail Community/Visitor Guide 2017

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Welcome to the beautiful West Kootenay region and thank you for choosing to visit Trail, B.C. It’s our pleasure to showcase our unique, historical town that we’re all very proud of. Whether you choose to soak in the sun at Gyro Park, hike the trails in Miral Heights, or shop at our Trail Market on the Esplanade, we are certain our friendly small-town culture will make you feel right at home.

6 Quick Facts 7 Explore Our History 8 Explore Our Neighbourhoods 10 Explore Downtown 12 Community in Bloom 14 Celebrating A Legacy of Sports 15 Preserving Our Past 16 Facilities for the Whole Family 18 Explore Our Neighbours Explore Our Region 20 Maps 22 Explore Our Murals 23 Festivals and Events 24 Explore Our Parks 26 Explore Our Great Outdoors 28 Events Calendar 30 Numbers to Know 32 Hiking and Biking Trails 34 Restaurant Listings 36 Accommodation Listings 36 Events Calendar

Although Trail is rich in history with deep roots in mining, sports legends and profound cultural traditions, we are also dedicated to building a sustainable future and a strong economy. We’ve recently made huge strides with the revitalization of the main highway corridor and the construction of our new pedestrian bridge, the Columbia River Skywalk. This monumental structure is part of the Trans Canada Trail network and is one of the longest pedestrian bridges of its kind in North America. Another bridge that may catch your eye is the Victoria Street Bridge. Each evening, the eight arches on the bridge illuminate with creatively sequenced and colourful LED lights. Be sure to take in an evening stroll along the Esplanade to experience these captivating lights that complement the ambiance of our Silver City. Trail has many great things to look forward to as well. We will see the opening of the Trail Riverfront Centre, the city’s integrated library and museum, in early 2018. This multigenerational facility, to be equipped with modern technology and interactive exhibits, will be the hub for culture and education in our community. We’re also committed to constructing a new airport terminal building at the Trail Regional Airport (YZZ) by the end of this year. The new facility will enhance the convenient, reliable and affordable experience for the 20,000+ travelers that fly in and out of YZZ annually. If you’d like to learn more about Trail, please visit our website at www.trail.ca, or follow us on Facebook at City of Trail. Enjoy your stay and come back soon,

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Quick Facts Elevation

Trail - 1,360 ft. (420 m) Rossland - 3,409 ft. (1,039 m) Fruitvale - 1,970 ft. (591 m) Montrose -1,625 ft. (500 m)

Distances

Kelowna - 309 km Vancouver - 626 km Calgary - 656 km Spokane, Wash. - 220 km Highways 3B east and west Highways 22 and 22A north and south

Climate

The area has a moderate climate with low humidity, hot dry summers and relatively mild winters. The average daily maximum temperature in July is 28 C and the average minimum for January is -5.9 C with extreme lows down to -25.7 C. Annual sunshine averages 1,860 hours and average annual precipitation is 731 mm.

Horticultural Zones Trail Montrose Fruitvale Warfield Rossland

Zone 5 Zone 4 Zones 3 and 4 Zone 4 Zone 3

Financial Institutions

Bank of Montreal Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Kootenay Savings Credit Union TD Financial Group Scotia Bank (Waneta Plaza)

Border Crossings

Paterson/Frontier, Wash. Open 24 hours Waneta/Boundary, Wash. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Communications

Trail Times EZ Rock Radio – 95.7 FM Mountain FM Radio – 104.1 FM CBC Radio – 88.9 FM VOAR Christian Family Radio 102.1 FM (Fruitvale) Shaw Cable Community Television

Internet

Trail Hotspots (for free high speed wireless service), locations include downtown along Bay Avenue, Trail Memorial Centre, Trail Aquatic & Leisure Center, or City Hall. Open your device, click to web browser. Password is “guest” then click Accept. Once at the City of Trail website, you can then access the internet.

Population Trail Rossland Fruitvale Montrose

7,709 Warfield 3,729 Areas A & B 1,920 Total 996

1,680 3,407 18,615

Transportation

Trail Regional Airport Served by Pacific Coastal Airlines – 10 minutes West Kootenay Regional Airport Castlegar Served by Air Canada Jazz – 30 minutes BC Transit provides regional bus service Greyhound Bus Line and Dickens Coach Lines Mountain Shuttle 250 231-4305 Cedar Taxi 250 231-0511 Trail Taxi 250 921-6921 Lasting Impressions Limo 250 368-8188

Kiwanis Beaver Creek Provincial Park Peaceful Setting, Playground, Showers, Fishing & Camping. There are 19 campsites, the Gazebo located in the Day Picnic area can be rented for weddings, family gatherings, business parties etc. Located 3 KM South of Hwy 3 on Hwy 22, Trail 250-367-9165 6 TRAIL | 2017 COMMUNITY GUIDE


Explore Our History Taming a River

The Mighty Columbia, at 2,237 km long, is born in the Rocky Mountains, flows through 14 dams, and reaches the Pacific Ocean in Oregon. The Columbia River Valley was first populated by the sinixt peoples. Their number was estimated at 20,000 but were deemed extinct in 1956 by the Government of Canada. Explorer and cartographer David Thompson first mapped and charted the Columbia in 1807. In 1859, the Hudson Bay Company established Fort Shepherd on the river across from the mouth of the Pend d’Oreille. It burned to the ground in 1872. The Dewdney Trail was the first pack-trail across southern B.C. from Langley to Fort Steele through the Rossland mountains. The trail’s creek entered the river through a 343-acre plateau. After gold and copper were discovered near Rossland in 1890, ore was shipped down river to a smelter in Washington. Two entrepreneurs, Eugene Sayre Topping and Frank Hanna, bought up the plateau and created a town, which they called Trail Creek Landing. When the city was incorporated in 1901, the name was shortened to Trail. Fritz A. Heinze, a mining and smelting magnate from Montana, purchased land on a high bank overlooking the settlement and built the first smelter.

A City Grows

In 1912, the first bridge was built, allowing residential development along the east banks of the river and connecting Trail to the Beaver Valley and beyond. But early settlers were subject to the river’s frequent floods and ice flows. During the big flood in 1948, still in some people’s memory, the water came dangerously close to the “Old Bridge.” This prompted the building of the river wall. The last big flood was in 1961, before the building of the Hugh Keenleyside Dam above Castlegar. But Trail wasn’t safe from overflowing water. Trail Creek and other area creeks proved to do as much damage in later years. The Old Bridge closed in 2010 due to structural issues. A new pedestrian bridge, the Columbia River Skywalk, was constructed in 2016.

Teck Metals Ltd. – A City Within a City

The smelter was purchased in 1898 by the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR), forming the subsidiary called the Canadian Smelting Works. In 1906, an amalgamation of Rossland mines with the Rossland Power Company created the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada Ltd. (CM&S Between 1917-1920, a new process for ore separation, known as differential froth floatation was developed by Ralph W. Diamond. This unlocked the treasures of the company’s Sullivan Mine in Kimberley, ensuring the company’s future. In the 1920s, under direction of Selwyn G. Blaylock, CM&S expanded and increased production. In the 1930s, a chemical fertilizer plant was constructed at Warfield to reduce sulphur emissions. As production increased, and the city prospered and grew. CM&S became known as Cominco in 1966, then as Teck Cominco in 2001, then Teck Resources in 2009. The Trail smelter is known as Teck Trail Operations (or Trail Ops) but to locals, it’s always been called “the hill”. Today, Teck Trail Operations has the capacity to produce 295,000 tonnes of zinc and 92,000 tonnes of lead per year, along with silver, gold, indium, and other specialty metals and chemicals.

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Explore Our Neighbourhoods Tadanac

West Trail - Brian Flndlow.

Columbia Heights/West Trail

Houses were first built on small benches on the west side of the river to avoid flooding. Due to the steep hillsides, residential streets are connected by 104 sets of covered stairs consisting of over 28,000 steps. The three longest staircases are over 450 ft. One reason Trail athletes were always in such good shape, sports coaches had their charges running up and down the stairs. Situated on the high bank behind the smelter, Tadanac is distinguished by its older heritage-style homes and giant silver maples providing a special ambiance. Tadanac (Canada spelled backwards, with a T for Trail) was once its own incorporated community, created for the families of the smelter’s managers. A hub of activity, the Gulch became home for the first generations of Italians. The mural on the side of Gerick’s Cycle depicts the old Kootenay Hotel, which burned down in 1970. Through the years, children of immigrants grew up and moved to the newer subdivisions, and by the 1990s, the Gulch became quite run down. But thanks to innovations by local Italian clubs, the Gulch is coming back. The Bocce and Rossland Avenue Park and the beautiful Piazza Colombo were all developed with volunteer labour.

East Trail, Shaver’s Bench & Miral Heights

After the first bridge was built in 1912, the town spread to the other side of the river. Homes and a small business district developed, along with parks, schools and the hospital. Scottish immigrants settled in East Trail and Shaver’s Bench developed in Trail’s early years. Where there was once a huge dairy farm, the newer subdivision of Miral Heights developed behind “the Bench.” East Trail - Brian Flndlow. 8 TRAIL | 2017 COMMUNITY GUIDE

The Gulch - Brian Flndlow.

The Gulch


Explore Our Neighbourhoods Sunningdale

This subdivision was built after the Second World War for veterans. But as years went by, the one-time cookie cutter houses developed into a lovely manicured neighbourhood.

Glenmerry

In the 1950s, a large commercial area developed along Highway 3B followed by newer homes, parks, green spaces and an elementary school.

Waneta

Trail’s newest residential area was incorporated into the city in 2000. It holds a large commercial district and a residential (strata) community as well as rural properties that stretch along the river.

Sunningdale - Brian Flndlow.

Waneta - Brian Flndlow.

Enjoy All The Beauty And The Amenities Our Area Has To Of Offer. fer. Chair McGregor and the Board of Directors of the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary welcome you to our area.

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Explore Downtown Downtown Trail

Follow the Trans Canada Trail from the Rossland Mountains right into downtown Trail. Downtown is the region’s main shopping district, which offers some unique shops, beautiful floral displays, interesting murals and a great walk along the river. Head downriver to the new Columbia River Skywalk. The bridge is one of North America’s longest suspension pedestrian bridges.

Teck Tours

An extension of the Interpretive Centre is the free Teck tour, which gives visitors an inside look at one of the largest nonferrous zinc and lead smelting and refining complexes in the world. The Teck Tour is available weekdays year round. Participants must be over 12 years of age, and wear flat enclosed walking shoes, slacks and long-sleeved clothing. Sorry, the tour cannot accommodate individuals with pacemakers nor is it wheelchair accessible. The tour begins at 10 a.m. and reservations are recommended. Contact the Trail Visitor Centre at 250-368-3144.

Historic Walking Tour

Walking downtown Trail is a quick and easy way to smell the flowers, learn about our history, shop for local treats, or enjoy lunch, either indoors or out. Across from the Best Western Columbia River Hotel, take note of the little statues depicting Trail’s iconic bricklayer and the town’s focus on sports: a hockey player and a baseball player. Beside the four-lane bridge is the Family Statue Park. The bronze statue depicts a working family and recognizes the blue collar, business, and sport ethic of families who built the city. Enjoy the flowers along the Esplanade and walk all the way along the river. A new museum and library is being built next to Jubilee Park. The Riverfront Centre is due to open by January 2018. Through the White Garden, you can meander to the Columbia River Skywalk and visit the shops in East Trail. Back into town, be sure to check out the Historical Plaques on many of the older Trail buildings, admire the handiwork of mural artists and read the names on the Home of Champions Monument in front of Kootenay Savings Credit Union on Farwell Street. From there, jaunt over to Pine and turn right. The Presbyterian Church, Veteran’s Square, and St. Andrew’s Anglican Church all have lovely gardens to rest in. Next to the soldier’s statue in the square is Trail’s only remaining heritage building, Trail United Church. Continue back down Eldorado Street. There’s a little roadway behind Shopper’s Drug Mart, affectionately known as Bike Alley. A local merchant took it upon himself to decorate and hang old bikes. There’s quite a few.

Located within the Trail Visitor Centre, visitors can learn some amazing facts. Teck produces 18 metal and chemical products, for example: zinc for galvanized steel, lead for use in the lead acid batteries for vehicles, zinc and cadmium used in batteries for many electronic gadgets and toys, indium for computer screens, and germanium used in fibre optic cables for communication lines. Open weekdays year round and weekends through July and August.

The Trail Visitor Centre

Trail Visitor Centre offers a wide range of local and provincial visitor services, information, brochures, guides, maps, souvenirs, events and accommodations listings, internet access and clean accessible public washrooms. You can also check out the Teck Interpretive Centre next door. Open year round from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday with extended summer hours (July/August) seven days per week. The Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Centre is located at 200 – 1199 Bay Avenue (above the TD bank) or callt 250-368-3144.

Rock Walls

Wandering around Trail, you will have noticed our penchant for rock walls. This is because many of our early pioneers were bricklayers and they created rock walls to shore up roads and property along the steep banks of West Trail. A few years ago, the Rock Wall Project Entusiastico Society was formed to research and inventory the city’s rock walls. It is estimated that the walls were constructed between the early 1920s to the mid-1960s. The society created walking paths so locals and visitors could explore some of these iconic masterpieces. For a map and description of the various hikes, pick up a brochure at the Visitor’s Centre.

Historic United Church.

Columbia River Skywalk - Ryan Flett.

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Teck Interpretive Centre


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Explore Our Community In Bloom Since 2002, Trail has been involved in Communities in Bloom (CiB) which evaluates cities of like size on floral displays, landscapes, urban forestry, heritage conservation, environmental awareness, and tidiness. We are proud to have won the provincial title (2004), two national titles (2006 and 2010) and the International Award (2015) for cities under 10,000. We’ve also won (best in Canada) awards competing against ALL categories for Florals (2012) Landscape (2014) and Community Involvement (2016).

Florals – CiB volunteers plant a variety of flowers each year, from spring tulips and daffodils to fall chrysanthemums with a lot of colour in between. Besides hanging baskets and pots throughout town, show gardens can be seen at the top of the Gulch (the Arrivederci Garden, beside Star Grocery, Colombo Piazza, Family Statue Park across from Trail Memorial Centre, the bed at Veteran’s Square, the Esplanade, and neighbourhood gardens at the entrance to Sunningdale, Shaver’s Bench, West Trail and Tadanac. We are most proud of the White Garden at Jubilee Park. See page 24. Avenue of the Clans – Celebrating Trail’s Scottish heritage, 75 colourful banners, represent the tartans of various Scottish families who pioneered or contributed significantly to the growth and lifestyle of the city. The banners can be seen along the walkway at Gyro Park from the boat launch towards the beach and all the way to Sunningdale.

Tidiness projects

Because graffiti attracts more graffiti, our Graffiti Grannies have taken up the challenge of eliminating graffiti as it appears: on rock walls, sidewalks, boulders and rocks at Gyro Park and inside the many covered staircases on Trail’s hillsides. Rotary clubs, Incredible Landscape Committee and the Metis Society all participate in the Adopt-a-Highway program removing debris from the highways through Trail. And a number of businesses and organizations have adopted staircases, to keep them cleaned up and free of debris as well.

Murals – The city’s history is displayed on the sides of the Trail Memorial Centre plus a number of buildings in downtown Trail. See page 22.

Trail in Bloom Garden Tour

Trail is a town of gardeners and we like to show it off. Each summer, CiB volunteers host a garden tour. Date TBA. Check CiB on Facebaook at www.facebook.com/groups/trailinbloom/.

Trail’s IncrEDIBLE Green Route

Pick vine-ripened tomatoes as you Explore Our IncrEDIBLE Downtown Trail. Fancy some peppers or fresh basil for your next meal? Take what you need from the many business-sponsored planters that will line the streets of downtown Trail this summer. Trail takes community gardening to a whole new level. Using clean soil in combination with the best growing climate in the Kootenays, Trail’s EDIBLE landscape will change daily. CAUTION: a walk through Trail’s IncrEDIBLE Green Route could become habit forming! The Incredible Landscape Committee also runs the Community Garden in the Gulch.

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Explore Our Legacy of Sports Sports Hall of Memories

Trail Smoke Eaters

Brian Findlow.

Justly proud of its self-proclaimed Home of Champions moniker and local youth programs, Greater Trail’s dedicated coaches have consistently produced a stream of provincial, national and world champions over the years. Trail is the only B.C. community to host the BC Summer and Winter Games, the BC Disabled Games and the BC Seniors Games in addition to a variety of international hockey games and Canadian Little League Championships. As national and international championship winners, the passion for sports and a healthy lifestyle caught the attention of the Province newspaper, which named Trail as B.C.’s Number One Sports Town in 2005. It is all showcased in the Sports Hall of Memories, located inside the Trail Memorial Centre.

To this day, there are few places you can go in the world that haven’t heard about the famous Trail Smoke Eaters. The Trail Hockey Club first played in the West Kootenay League in the 1923-24 season, winning the league and provincial championship under this name in 1927. The name changed after that to the Trail Smoke Eaters, and they won six more consecutive provincial titles. Their first Allan Cup came in 1938 making them Canada’s representative at the 1939 World Championship, which they won. Their second world championship came in 1961. They were the last independent ice hockey club to represent Canada in international competition before the Canada men’s nation ice hockey team was established in 1963. And they won another Allan Cup in 1962. They folded in 1987, due to the sharp drop in senior hockey popularity. Their colours are now carried by the junior team of the same name that plays in the BCHL.

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Preserving Our Past Trail Historical Society

Dave Heath, Lower ColumbiaTourism.

The society is an active group that manages the Trail Museum, the Trail City Archives and the Sports Hall of Memories; publishes historical periodicals, develops plaques and interpretive signs for heritage buildings and other points of interest. They are the go-to people for information on anything to do with the history of Trail, the river, and outlying areas. www.trailhistory.com

Trail Archives and Museum

The Archives are situated on the second floor of Trail City Hall, 1394 Pine Ave. It was established in 1978 to collect, preserve and make available the photographic and documentary history of Trail. Currently, the Archives houses over 12,000 historic images, original copies of the Trail Creek News and subsequent Trail Times. Staff recently completed the monumental job of indexing all the Times negatives from 1968 to 1998. The Archives also has a sizable collection of maps and plans, several collections of local publications and over 11m of textual records. Appointments are recommended. In 2014, Trail ratepayers supported a referendum to build a new library/museum, now under construction at the far end of the Esplanade next to Jubilee Park and the White Garden. Opening is planned in early 2018. The Riverfront Centre will see the integration of the Trail & District Public Library and the Trail Museum & Archives. Three exhibit galleries will help illustrate our community heritage.

Italian Archives

The Colombo Lodge maintains photos, artifacts and memorabilia of the lodge’s history which includes much of the town’s early Italian families. The Archives room is open by appointment. Call 368-8921.

Home of Champions Monument

Brain Findlow.

In 1996, a monument was constructed outside Kootenay Savings Credit Union to honour people (past and present) who have excelled in their chosen field: sports, industry and lifestyle. To date, there are 117 names on the monument and the Greater Trail Home of Champions Society is always accepting nominations for more. The designation of “champion” is someone who has made a significant contribution to the communities of Greater Trail or has reached a significant level of achievement in his or her chosen field of endeavour. Each year, a ceremony is held to honour new “champions.”

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Facilities for the Whole Family Trail Regional Airport

Convenient reliable and affordable, YZZ, is owned and operated by the City of Trail and services over 20,000 passengers per year with flights twice daily to Vancouver. Short and long-term parking, free WiFi and car rentals available. For flight info, call 1-800-663-2872.

Trail Memorial Centre

Besides the Trail & District Public Library and Sports Hall of Memories, this major complex contains three ice rinks: the 2,537seat Cominco Arena where the legends of the Trail Smoke Eaters still linger in our BCHL team; plus a kid’s rink for Minor Hockey and an eight-sheet Curling Rink—the largest in the West Kootenay. The Cominco Gym is used for a variety of recreation activities such as basketball, badminton, pickleball, fitness classes, martial arts, banquets, concerts and meetings. It has a stadium seating capacity of 1,000 and banquet facilities for up to 500. The McIntyre and Red Floor Rooms are ideal for dance classes, meetings, and socials. Upstairs there is a racquetball, and squash court for drop-ins. The arena is also a great place for out-of-the-weather walking. Closed to walkers during events. For all programs, rentals and hours of operation contact Trail Parks & Rec at 368-6484.

Willi Krause Fieldhouse

This state-of-the-art indoor sports complex has a specialized rubber floor making the facility conducive for track and field, volleyball, badminton, tennis, basketball, pickleball, softball, baseball, floor hockey, soccer and golf. It is connected to the J.L. Crowe Secondary School. The facility is named for Willi Krause who coached many Greater Trail track and field athletes to national and international prominence.

Butler Park

Surrounded by grassy fields, with night lights, Butler is the ideal place to watch baseball games. Butler has a full-size 1,000seat grandstand with capacity for an additional 3,000 bleachers. The facility hosted the 1995 Senior Babe Ruth World Series and the 2010 Western Canadian Senior Baseball championships. It is home to the 2008 B.C. Men’s Senior Championship team, the AM Ford Orioles; and the Trail Jays and Trail Phillies of the American Legion League. Situated beyond the ball field, there is a racquet sport facility for tennis and pickleball.

Trail Aquatic and Leisure Centre

Trail’s premier year-round facility has an eight-lane pool plus a kid’s pool, hot tubs, water slide, steam rooms, fitness centre and meeting rooms. Call 368-6484 for all aquatic programs or rentals.

Ryan Flett. Lower ColumbiaTourism. Ryan Flett. Lower ColumbiaTourism.

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Facilities for the whole family Andy Bilesky Park

This park is situated high above Glenmerry. Access is via Laburnum Drive. The park is set up for Little League and has two baseball fields, washrooms, covered concession building and bleacher seating. It is named for the iconic coach who took five teams to represent Canada at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Penn. Call 368-6484 for bookings. West Trail Park Bocce Lanes and clubhouse were established in the 1980s as a joint project by the Colombo Lodge, the Italian community and City of Trail Parks Commission. The bocce lanes are covered and lighted for night games. Trail Italico Recreation Society runs several programs geared towards groups, people with special needs, seniors and families. The facility is open for public use and can be booked through Trail Parks & Recreation.  

Haley Park

It may look like it’s in Warfield, but Haley actually belongs to Trail. It features three softball diamonds and a rubberized track for track and field events. A concession operates during games and special events, such as the schools’ sports day, the Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and Movie Night in the Park.

Trail Horseman’s Grounds

Seven kilometres south of Trail on Hwy. 22A, the Horseman’s Grounds are situated across from the Trail Regional Airport in Area A (south of Waneta) and is home to equestrian sports of all kinds. It is run by the Trail Horsemen’s Society; contact Samantha Levick, 367-9720.

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Explore Our Neighbours Fruitvale

Lush vegetation, hobby farms, babbling brooks and large open valleys—this full-service community located 15 kilometres east of Trail is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Besides offering a full array of retail and business services, serving a population of 5,000, Fruitvale has some lovely parks. Creekside Community Park sits centrally beside Beaver Creek with a Green Gym for teens and adults and playground structure for children. Haines Park contains a huge softball complex with four fields for Slo-pitch, Little League and Girls Softball, and Mazzochi Park has two soccer fields, a playground structure and connections into Tweedsmuir Trails. The Sports Court on Maple Avenue offers tennis, basketball and hockey in summer and an outdoor ice rink in winter. Beaver Valley Arena and separate Curling Rink are active spots for winter sports. The KIJHL hockey team, Beaver Valley Nitehawks, are the valley’s home team with frequent games at the arena. The modern and well-equipped Fruitvale Memorial Hall is a community centre for banquets, weddings, and meetings. Beaver Valley Lanes for five-pin bowling is situated in the hall’s basement. The Beaver Valley Blooming Society does a fabulous job of providing floral displays throughout the spring and summer and maintains a community garden. A highlight of rural living is the annual May Day festival (May 20 - 22). For an interesting drive through the valley, take Columbia Gardens road off Hwy 22A across from Beaver Creek Provincial Park.

Montrose and Beaver Falls

Montrose is a small bedroom community between Trail and Fruitvale. Beaver Falls is between Montrose and Fruitvale. Montrose’s claim to fame is having the best water in British Columbia. Using clear well water, the village has been the recipient of the Berkley Springs International Water Tasting contest on a number of occasions. Named after a popular Scottish community, Montrose is known for its unique vantage overlooking the Columbia River valley. Montrose Park features a ball field, playground, spray park and memorial gardens. There is outside access to the hall’s washrooms for park users in summer. Viewmont Park has a playground and basketball court; and there’s another playground at Frontier Park. A major feature for hikers is the Antenna Trail which meanders up behind the village for a panoramic view of the Columbia River. Access is off Sixth Street and 12th Avenue. 18 TRAIL | 2017 COMMUNITY GUIDE

Village of Warfield

The original highway to Rossland weaved through Annable (pronounced Anna-bell) via an old railway tunnel, which can still be visited today beside the Ray Lyn Motel. The area was once home to a number of dairy farms and a lumber mill. As the farmers left, a residential area and small business district grew. Upper Warfield was developed in 1938. Due to the shapes and colours of the first houses, the little community was nicknamed “Mickey Mouse Town.” In more recent years, the newer development of Emerald Ridge offers high-end homes with breathtaking views of the Columbia River Valley. The village has a small business district; an elementary school, and six great parks linked by a network of trails and walking routes. The Village Square and Community Hall are centers of activity; and in the summer, families enjoy the outdoor Warfield Centennial Pool, waterslide and spray park. Take a fun meandering drive from Upper Annable (turn on Wellington Street by the Ray Lyn) and it will take you along Trail Creek to a lovely quiet neighbourhood known to locals as Skunk Hollow. Followed across a little bridge and up the hill, it comes out at Lower Warfield.

Rossland

This alpine city just 11 kilometres up the hill from Trail offers world class skiing at Red Mountain, cross country skiing at Black Jack Cross Country ski club, and an 18-hole golf at Redstone. Also offered are epic mountain biking and hiking trails featuring the Seven Summits trail, and other, all within five minutes of a unique heritage downtown core. Rossland Recreation operates a number of facilities including the Rossland pool and Arena and the historic Miner’s Hall. Besides the Fall Fair and Winter Carnival, Rossland hosts Gold Fever Follies, a Klondike-style show all summer. And there is lots to discover at the Rossland Museum www.rosslandmuseum.ca.

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Explore Our Region Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Area A

Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Area B

Area A takes in the entire region from the Columbia River to Champion Lakes including the Columbia Gardens Industrial site, Waneta Dam, the beautiful Pend d’Oreille valley and Trail Regional airport. A great place for picnicking, camping or fishing is Kiwanis Park where Beaver Creek enters the Columbia River. Champion Lakes Provincial Park consists of a trio of lakes about 10 km off Highway 3B just beyond Fruitvale. It’s popular for swimming, picnics, canoeing and kayaking, but power boats are not allowed. Fishing is best at the second or third lake. Ice fishing is allowed at the third lake.

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Stretching from the west side of the Columbia River to the hills above Rossland, Area B encompasses the small communities of Genelle, Oasis and Rivervale. Oasis is a small residential area that used to sit alongside Hwy 22 but since reconstruction years ago, homes are secluded and enjoy peace and quiet above the busy thoroughfare. There is a park for children, and the Oasis Hall, a community centre. Oasis stretches up to a plateau high above the river and is home to a number of large properties and hobby farms. Area B also includes Birchbank Golf Course and the Black Jack Ski area.

Genelle

Genelle is definitely the place to be for dark-sky enthusiasts who prefer to view the night sky in all its glory, unimpeded by artificial light. Genelle has good access to the Columbia River for boats and is a popular spot for fishing and camping along its banks.

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Explore Our Murals Across the street from the Victoria parking lot (next to Lordco) is the Bowery Mural on the side of the Balfour building. The mural depicts the way the town looked a century ago. It also depicts the old Trail Creek News building during one of the early floods. The Hockey Mural on the side of the Trail Memorial Centre pays homage to Trail’s hockey legacy. The 1961 world champion Smoke Eaters are on the right, and the mural on the left depicts Minor Hockey which was started in Trail in 1957. River Reconnect is the mural on the other side of the Trail Memorial Centre, facing the river. It goes back to the river’s earliest days, noting the native woman and the compass of the first explorer, David Thompson. The hands holding the baby fish indicate the attempt to restock the river with salmon for future generations. The maple leaf morphing into the eagle’s wing represents the close relationship between Canada and the U.S., who both share the waterway. The Riverbelle on the Esplanade features the Flood Mural, depicting the 1948 flood and sandbagging efforts. The ticket booth at the local theatre was a good indicator of how high the water rose. If you view this mural from a distance, you’ll notice it is actually in two parts, showing ominous clouds approaching from up the river. The LeRoi mine and smelter is depicted on the side of the Coldwell Banker building on Bay Avenue. Yes, it’s dark, but it pays homage to the early miners and smelter workers who built the industry that built our town. On Eldorado Street and the side of Shopper’s Drug Mart is the paddle wheeler SS Rossland which plied the busy river in the early 1900s, ferrying ore, cargo and passengers. At the base of the Gulch on the side of Gerick’s Cycle is the Kootenay Hotel Mural. The hotel was a landmark in Trail and first to provide the town’s traditional spaghetti dinners. The “postcard” on the side depicts the old bar. The hotel burned to the ground June 27, 1978. There are also a couple of murals in East Trail: the Wolf Den’s Tattoo Parlour on the corner of Bailey and Second has an amazing three-dimensional look; and one block up, the bridge Mural on the corner of Second and Robertson depicts the old bridge appearing in the untamed wilderness. In Fruitvale, there’s an awesome mural on the side of the Liberty Food Store and another on Fruitvale Elementary School.

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Explore Our Festivals & Events Silver City Days

Fun, food and fireworks – the city’s annual premier festival happens May 9 to 14, starting on Tuesday night with the Citizen of the Year Award at St. Michael’s School, Spokane Street Food Fair from Wednesday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 10 to 4 p.m. Friday night, the Colombo Lodge hosts the annual Spaghettata (open Italian restaurant-style come-and-go dinner) from 5 to 8 p.m. Following the Saturday morning parade (11 a.m. in downtown Trail), the Sidewalk Café in the Cominco Arena is from noon to 4 p.m. with more great food, a stage full of performers, and featuring the Great Grape Stomp. There’s also a KidZone for children to the right of the big stage. The Colombo is also hosting a two-day bocce tournament in the curling rink and all week there will be a midway on the Esplanade. It all wraps up with a Family Day at Gyro Park on the Sunday from 11am to 4 p.m. The Trail Ambassador Programme Pageant will take place at the Bailey Theatre at 7pm on Friday, May 12.

Trail Community in Bloom Volunteer Appreciation Night

Celebrating the town’s national win of the Community Involvement Award from Communities in Bloom, volunteers are invited to the Colombo Lodge on May 5 at 7 p.m. for a presentation by Canadian garden guru Mark Cullen. Mr. Cullen will be on hand with questions for gardeners. The event is open to all sponsors, and those who pitch in with gardening, Adopt-a-Highway, Adopt-a-Staircase, IncrEDIBLE Edibles, community gardens, festivals and/or any projects that go into making Trail such a great place to live. Admission is by food donation for the food banks but please pick up a free ticket at Century 21 Kootenay Homes, Home Hardware or the City of Trail. For more information, check us out on Facebook www.facebook.com/groups/ trailinbloom.

Healthy Lifestyles Expo

Eat right, live well, go green: exhibitors showcase a variety of products to improve and promote a healthy lifestyle. Home Hardware spokesman and popular Canadian gardener, Mark Cullen is the morning’s guest speaker. It’s happening at the Trail Memorial Centre on May 6 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Canada Day

Share a piece of birthday cake to help celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club at Beaver Creek Provincial (Kiwanis) Park from 8:00 to 3:30. Fireworks from Gyro Park at dusk. For a schedule of events, check out www.exploreyourtrail.com or www.trail.ca.

Trail Market on the Esplanade

This community market is being organized bythe United Way of Trail & District and the City of Trail. Interested vendors can email uwmarket@uwtraildistrict.org. It will run from June to October on Fridays June 9 & 23, July 7 & 21, Aug. 4 & 18, Sept 15. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and evening markets on Wednesdays July 12, Aug. 4 & 30 and Sept. 6 from 4 to 8 p.m. A special Spooktacular edition is Oct. 28 from 10 to 3 p.m. Check the calendar at www.trail.ca for details.

include: June 3 & 17, July 1, 15 & 29, August 12 & 26, Sept. 9 & 23 and Oct. 7. Interested vendors can phone 250-368-5683 or email incredibletrail@gmail.com.

Cruisin’ the Columbia Car Show

The Annual Smoke ´n Steel “Cruisin´ the Columbia” Show & Shine will be held in Gyro Park on June 17. The show features cars and trucks covering the years from the 1900’s up to present day with some exceedingly rare vehicles as well. The show has stretched into an entire weekend, with an evening event TBA on Friday night and a dance on Saturday night at the Cominco Arena featuring some of the area’s best-loved musicians with music from the 50s and 60s. Sunday winds up with a cool rally and cruise. Check www.smokensteelcarclub.com for more details.

Maple Leaf Band 100th Anniversary Reunion

Trail’s iconic band is celebrating its 100th anniversary from July 20 to 23. This is a major home-coming for band members, anyone who ever played with the band or had an association with it. Musicians are invited to come from all over, enjoy fun massed-band rehearsals, a banquet and get-togethers, and participate in a Mass Band Concert. The event is open to the public on Saturday, July 22 at 7:00 p.m. at the Trail Memorial Centre Gym. Information at www.trailmapleleafband.ca.

Colombo Lodge Piazza Day

A celebration of Italian heritage for the entire community, Piazza Day is a great excuse to dress up Italian and fill up on pizza, pasta and pastries. Children’s activities, refreshments and entertainment; sponsored by the Colombo Lodge at the Colombo Piazza, Sept. 16, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Storm the Stairs

If you are up for a healthy physical challenge, this fun fundraising event is on Sept. 2 and hosted each year by the United Way. The course features two routes: Express and Grande with 18 covered stair cases covering 1,490 steps. Runners and walkers can enjoy some of the most scenic views of the Columbia River, from the historic rock walls of West Trail and across the Columbia River Skywalk. It’s open to participants of all fitness levels and abilities from 14 and up. (Not wheelchair accessible). Meet at the Piazza on Rossland Ave. For more information, check sts@uwtraildistrict.org or www.facebook.com/Storm1089693Stairs.

Silver City Nite Santa’s Candy Parade

Bringing on Santa, this early evening “candy” parade is on Dec. 9 starting at 5 p.m. Participants provide treats for the families who venture out in the cold. Check the city website for details www.trail.ca.

Polar Bear Swim

Call us crazy, but each year, the 44 Engineer Squadron (local Army Reservists) sponsor a New Year’s Day swim in the 4-degree Columbia River at Gyro Park. Brave souls warmup afterwards with hot chocolate around a blazing bonfire on the beach.

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Explore Our Parks The City of Trail maintains 54 parks and green spaces, totaling 104 acres and every neighbourhood and surrounding community has its own park, most with playground equipment for children.

Gyro Park

Just a 10-minute walk from downtown, Gyro is the city’s premier park. It’s also the busiest, but there’s plenty of room for everybody. Acres of inviting lawns spread wide and far under aged shady trees providing a great place for a picnic. Or enjoy the beach; cool off in the Columbia or sunbathe on one of the river rocks. You can launch a boat at the marina (far entrance to the park beside the river). It’s also a great place to fish. The park stretches all along the river to Bingay Bay in Sunningdale. There are also a number of little “bump-out” patios to sit and view the river. The covered concession is open daily in summer. Don’t miss Music in the Park, a weekly concert with a variety of entertainers. It’s every Thursday at 7 p.m. from mid-June to the end of August.

Piazza Colombo

Situated in the centre of the Gulch next to the Colombo Lodge, this little park was built by the Italian community and won the Butchart Gardens Reclamation Award in 2010 – given to a community or organization that redevelops otherwise ugly landscape for public use. The park, which has a lovely garden and fountain, hosts a number of Italian festivals each year. A highlight of the Piazza is the little “grotto” in the corner, honouring the Italian heritage of the Gulch’s cultural past.

White Garden

There is something about seeing a garden all dressed in white that will take your breath away. The garden is still a workin-progress, being developed by Trail Community in Bloom volunteers. Emulating the Sissinghurst White Garden in Kent, England, the garden showcases plants that bloom white at different times of the year. Situated along the river between the new Riverfront Centre and the Columbia River Skywalk, it’s a great place for wedding photos or to view the Mighty Columbia.

Beaver Creek Provincial Park (Kiwanis Park)

Run by the local Kiwanis Club, this park is seven kilometres south of Trail on Hwy. 22 where Beaver Creek enters the Columbia. It offers everything for outdoor enthusiasts: camping, canoeing, fishing and hiking. There’s a covered picnic area and soccer field. Canada Day is celebrated here each year and the facility is available for private functions.

Buckley Camp Ground

In Area A, operated by BC Hydro, the campground is on the Pend d’Oreille reservoir behind the Seven Mile Dam (take the road past the Trail Regional Airport.) There are picnic tables, a day-use area, boat launch, about 22 campsites and outdoor toilets. No hook-ups available. Seasonal openings. Reservations are not allowed – first come, first served. www.bchydro.com/recreation

Beaver Valley Family Park

If travelling Highway 3, beyond Fruitvale, there’s a great camping and picnic grounds at Beaver Valley Family Park.

Champion Lakes Provincial Park

This trio of lakes is situated about 10 km. off Hwy 3B east of Fruitvale. It’s a great place to swim, fish, picnic, canoe or kayak. There are no power boats allowed on the lake.

Birchbank Picnic Grounds

Located in Area B just past Birchbank Golf Course, this huge picnic area is popular for large events. Contains a fullservice kitchen, large barbecues, bocce greens and horseshoe pits as well as playground equipment for children. Book through Trail and District Chamber of Commerce.

Ryan Flett. Lower Columbia Tourism.

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Explore Our Arts & Culture Greater Trail Community Arts Centre consists of The Bailey Theatre, VISAC Art Gallery, the Muriel Griffiths Room

and The Trail Gymnastics Club. Along with the vibrant arts contained in this Community Centre, it also is home to the Trail campus of Selkirk College and the Trail Seniors Centre.

Trail & District Arts Council (TDAC) provides services and support to local arts, cultural and heritage organizations. In winter TDAC present Sunday Cinemas at the Royal Theatre featuring rare, independent, and/or foreign movies and “Jazz at the Griff”, a cabaret-style evening of music in The Bailey Theatre recital room. Also at The Bailey Theatre, The Teck Kids Performance Series and E2 Series (Fringe Festival/cabaret style programming). Each summer TDAC presents the very popular Thursday evening Music in the Park at Gyro Park. On Thursday evening throughout summer, enjoy local and touring music acts outdoors; it’s a fun and affordable evening out for the whole family. Music in the Park is By Donation. Bring your lawn chair. The Bailey Theatre is Trail’s primary performance venue. This theatre boasts 719 seats and sees thousands

of patrons each year. Programming is managed by TDAC and patrons can expect upwards of 15 professional performances annually as well as many local performances by dance studios, public schools, choirs and theatre groups. The Bailey aims to bring the arts to the forefront of resident’s lives, offering programming for all ages, in a variety of styles. Music, dance, comedy, drama and performance art to name a few. Also offering professional workshops, the Bailey gives the community the opportunity to experience all aspects of the arts. The theatre box office is open MonFri 12 – 4 and tickets are also available for purchase online. Check out www.trail-arts.com for full arts event details year-round. The Muriel Griffith Room is a smaller venue next to The Bailey Theatre that is used for more intimate performances and meetings. The successful E2 and Jazz at The Griff Series are presented here each year and welcome up to 100 patrons. Enjoy wine, beer and good company at cozy tables; don’t wait to buy your tickets as space is limited. The Griff is also available to rent for community use, and is often used for piano recitals, meetings and other small functions.

The VISAC Gallery & Art Centre offers creative spaces for our community to explore and experience the visual arts. The VISAC Gallery hosts exhibits throughout the year featuring local emerging and established artists of all mediums. VISAC offers excellent facilities including exhibition, meeting, workshop, and programming space as well as fully equipped pottery and lapidary studios. Visit us at visacgallery.com for updated info on exhibits, classes, artist talks, events and workshops.

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WELCOME TO ROSSLAND – the perfect alpine getaway! Amazing boutique shopping, charming cafes and unlimited outdoor fun! Discover our history with the Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre, Gold Fever Follies and heritage walking tour.

TEE TIMES 250.693.2255

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Explore Our Great Outdoors For the Outdoor Enthusiast

Greater Trail offers a wide variety of geography, from the valley’s bottom to surrounding bench lands and up into the mountains. Golf courses have resulted in the area becoming a popular destination for golfers. There are lots of places to swim, boat or just laze around. An experienced angler won’t soon forget the many fishing spots. Whether it’s standing waist-deep fishing in a small stream, boating on a lake or casting from the banks of the Columbia. Hiking, camping or mountain biking, the area provides plenty of places to enjoy nature at its finest. Snowmobile enthusiasts get endless enjoyment from the five-month season, traveling groomed trails while experiencing the fresh air and outstanding scenery. Red Mountain offers some of the best alpine skiing and snowboarding in British Columbia. And Cross-country ski trails wind through pine forests and across the flats for miles. Locals use Black Jack and Nancy Greene Lake (Provincial Park).

Where can I launch a boat?

There are plenty of spots to get on the water. Indian Eddy boat launch at the downriver end of Gyro Park is an easy place to access the river; and Beaver Creek Provincial Park (Kiwanis) off Hwy 22A, a few kilometres down river is another good spot. Or you can launch at Genelle (take the third exit coming from Trail. The boat launch is by the trailer park on 17th Avenue across from Howe Street. The Pend d’Oreille Reservoir behind the Seven Mile Dam has a boat and picnic access. Take Hwy 22A just past the Trail Regional Airport, take the road to Seven Mile. It’s about 12 km.

Where can I walk a dog?

In Trail, dogs are allowed most places as long as they are under control of a competent person. Dogs must be on a leash downtown and in the parks. And please remember to clean up after your pet, even in wilderness areas. Dogs can run free along the riverbank from the boat launch at Gyro and through to the bridge, but not in the park. Other spots include: Sandpit Road, at the far end of Sunningdale, access from Marianna Crescent (City property so only open between 7 am and 8 pm for vehicles; the gate is locked at night); Hanna Creek Road across from the Teck gate on Bingay Road, behind the truck stop area, the old rail bed between Rossland and Trail, access from Shutek Drive, on the right side of the Warfield Hall, past the park behind the public works buildings; and Highway 22A, just south of Beaver Creek Park (Kiwanis Park) dogs can be walked on leash along the river between the park and the airport.

Where to Golf

Champion Lakes Golf Course An 18-hole course located off Highway 3B just outside Fruitvale. Designed by Boyd Barr for all levels, Champion provides long fairways, several water hazards and tactically-placed sand traps. To book a tee time, call 367-7001. Birchbank is a fully mature tree-lined classic 18-hole course known for sprawling manicured greens and contoured fairways. This is a great walkers course just minutes from Trail on Hwy 22 towards Castlegar. Call 693-5451. Redstone is a Les Furber Signature 18-hole course combining superb scenery, ad an interesting layout with elevation changes. Located off Highway 3B between Warfield and Rossland. Book a tee time at www.redstoneresort.com

Dan McIlmoyle. Boat launch, Gyro Park

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Explore Our Great Outdoors Fishing guide

Pick up a fishing license at the B.C. Access Centre, 1050 Eldorado St., grab your equipment and head to one of these spots. Be sure to check regulations.

Columbia River

- The river offers one of the hottest rainbow trout fishing spots in the world. There are many places for fly fishing or casting from shore, all within 10 minutes of downtown Trail. Besides rainbows, you can fish for ling cod, burbot, whitefish or walleye. In 2004, a world record Rainbow Trout caught in the Columbia weighed 23.06 lbs. Use fly fishing bait and spin casting for Rainbow and brook trout up to 4 lb. Watch for closures from Sept. 1 to Oct. 31. Fishing for sturgeon is prohibited, so if you accidentally catch one, be sure to release it. - Bingay Bay at the entrance to Sunningdale (dry fly or float tube); or the marina/boat launch at Gyro Park. - The mouth of China Creek in Genelle, take the road into Lower Genelle (third exit if coming from Trail.) - The mouth of Murphy Creek in Rivervale. Take the exit off Hwy 22 into Rivervale. - Some say the best spot to river fish is at Birchbank – take Birchbank Station Road off Hwy 22 just past the Birchbank Golf Course. There’s plenty of parking and almost 5 km. of back eddies. - Beaver Creek Provincial Park (Kiwanis Park) just off Hwy 22A (before the airport) has good fishing at the boat launch.

Erie Lake

Past Fruitvale, towards Salmo, the lake is situated right beside Hwy 22. Locals favour this lake for eastern brook trout, yellow perch, bass, rainbow and sunfish. It’s a good lake for children and you can take all the sunfish and yellow perch you want.

Big Sheep Creek, off the old Cascade Highway west of Rossland; the creek offers good brook trout of about 1 lb. When fishing the larger pools, natural bait or fly is preferred. Fishing is closed from Sept. 1 to Oct. 31. Champion Lakes is a trio of lakes 20 km northeast of Trail, 10 km from Hwy 3B outside Fruitvale. Due to the campground and public beach area, fishing is marginal in the third lake, which is the first lake you come to from the parking lot. Fishing in the second lake is better, with Rainbows up to 3 lb. The first lake (last one) is only accessible by trail, hence is the best fishing of the three lakes. The best spot is near the south end using a fly. No powerboats allowed on any of the lakes. Canoes, kayaks, car top boats and float tubes allowed. Pend d’Oreille Lake

The reservoir behind Seven-Mile Dam (take the road from Hwy 22A just past Trail Regional Airport.) Fishing is great for small-mouth bass, northern pike and other species found in the Columbia.

Ice fishing

There are a number of small lakes in the region where ice fishing is popular during the cold months. Erie Lake is most popular as it has lots of fish. Cottonwood Lake by Whitewater is also popular, as is Rosebud Lake just past Fruitvale. At Champion, ice fishing is allowed on the third lake. Some restrictions are on the first and second lake.

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Events Calander 2017

APRIL 22

Red Roofs Duathlon

MAY 13

30

Critter Day 1 - 5pm Beaver Creek Provincial Park

Canadian Cancer Society Daffodil Dash 9am - 1pm (registration at 8am) Gyro Park

14

Silver City Days Fun Run. 9am Gyro Park

14

Silver City Days Pickleball Tournament 10am - 2pm Willi Krause Fieldhouse

14

Dr. Von Hougilan’s Carnval of Calamities 11:30, 1:30, 3:30 Gyro Park

20

Trail’s incrEDIBLE Farmer’s Market 10am - 2pm Downtown Trail

MAY TBA

Warfield Community Days

5

Trail Community in Bloom Volunteer Appreciation Night 7pm Colombo Lodge

6

Kootenay Healthy Lifestyles Expo 10am - 6pm Trail memorial Centre

6

Junior Dragons Den Championship The Bailey Theatre

10-13

Silver City Days Spokane Street Food Fair Downtown Trail

Thurs Music in the Park

10-14

Silver City Days Midway Downtown Trail

3

Trail’s incrEDIBLE Farmer’s Market 10am - 2pm Downtown Trail

9

Trail Market on the Esplanade 10am - 2pm Esplanade

17

Trail’s incrEDIBLE Farmer’s Market 10am - 2pm Downtown Trail

10-Jan An Evening Passeggiata (an Evening Stroll)

to Celebrate the Grand Opening of the Columbia River Skywalk Columbia River Skywalk

26-28 Beaver Valley May Days

JUNE

7pm Gyro Park Starting June 15

11-13

AM Ford/Colombo Lodge Bocce Classic Trail Memorial Centre

12

Trail Ambassador Programme Pageant 7pm The Bailey Theatre

17

Cruisn’ the Columbia Car Show 10am - 3pm Gyro Park

12

Colombo Lodge Spaghettata 5 - 8pm Colombo Lodge

23

Trail Market on the Esplanade 10am - 2pm Esplanade

13

Trail Firefighters’ Local 941 Parade 11am Downtown Trail

23

J.L. Crowe Graduation

13

Silver City Days 3x3 Hockey Tournament for Kids. Downtown Trail

13

Silver City Days Trail on Stage! noon - 4pm Trail Memorial Centre

13

Silver City Days Sidewaok Café noon - 4pm Trail Memorial Centre

13

Silver City Days KidZone noon - 4pm Trail Memorial Centre

13

Silver City Days PT The Clown noon - 4pm Trail Memorial Centre

13

Silver City Days Grape Stomp 3pm Trail Memorial Centre

13

Trail Firefighters’ Fireworks Dipslay Watch from downtow, Gyro Park or the Esplanade!

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JULY

SEPTEMBER 2

United Way Storm the Stairs 2017 Fundraiser. Piazza Colombo

City of Trail Canada Day Celebrations Beaver Creek Provincial Park Visit ExploreYourTrail.com or Trail.ca for more info

6

Trail Market on the Esplanade - evening edition. 4 - 8pm Esplanade

9

SPCA Paws for a Cause. Gyro Park

1

Local Community Canada Day Celebrations Various Locations

9

Trail’s incrEDIBLE Farmer’s Market 10am - 2pm Downtown Trail

1

Trail’s incrEDIBLE Farmer’s Market 10am - 2pm Downtown Trail

15

Trail Market on the Esplanade 10am - 2pm Esplanade

7

Trail Market on the Esplanade 10am - 2pm Esplanade

16

Colombo Lodge Piazza Day 11am - 2pm Piazza Colombo

8

Hills to Valley Garden & Art Tour

17

Terry Fox Run. Gyro Park

12

Trail Market on the Esplanade - evening edition. 4 - 8pm Esplanade

23

Trail’s incrEDIBLE Farmer’s Market 10am - 2pm Downtown Trail

15

Trail’s incrEDIBLE Farmer’s Market 10am - 2pm Downtown Trail

24

BC Rivers Day Shoreline Cleanup 10am - 1pm

21

Trail Market on the Esplanade 10am - 2pm Esplanade

21

KBRH Health Foundation Golf Classic Birchbank Golf Course

OCTOBER

22

Trail Maple Leaf Band 100th Anniversary 7pm, Trail memorial Centre

29

Trail’s incrEDIBLE Farmer’s Market 10am - 2pm Downtown Trail

Thurs Music in the Park

7pm Gyro Park 1

AUGUST

Thurs Music in the Park. 7pm Gyro Park

7

Trail’s incrEDIBLE Farmer’s Market 10am - 2pm Downtown Trail

16

Trail Smoke Eaters Golf Tournament Birchbank Golf Course

28

30

Trail Market on the Esplanade - Special Spooktacular edition 10am - 3pm Downtown Trail Trail & District Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards 6pm-midnight

NOVEMBER

4

Trail Market on the Esplanade 10am - 2pm Esplanade

12-13

Columbia Basin Culture Tour www.cbculturetour.com/

12

incrEDIBLE Farmer’s Market 10am - 2pm Downtown Trail

18

Trail Market on the Esplanade 10am - 2pm Esplanade

1

Light Up the Hospitals! Pledge Day KBRH Health Foundation. Waneta Plaza

26

Trail’s incrEDIBLE Farmer’s Market 10am - 2pm Downtown Trail

9

Silver City Nite Candy Parade 5pm Downtown Trail

30

Trail Market on the Esplanade - evening edition. 4 - 8pm Esplanade

18

KBRH Health Foundation Snowflake Gala Traim Memorial Centre gymnasium

DECEMBER JANUARY 1

Polar Bear Swim. Gyro Park (2018)

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Numbers to Know Government Contacts

City of Trail  Service BC  MP Richard Cannings  MLA Katrine Conroy Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Area A — Ali Grieve  Area B — Linda Worley  Village of Fruitvale  Village of Montrose  Village of Warfield  44 Engineer Squadron (39CER)  SC Search & Rescue

Resident Associations

East Trail – Lana Rodlie  Shaver’s Bench – Patti Mauro  Tadanac – Bridget Kivell West Trail – Nola Landucci 

Schools

Ecole des Sept-sommets  Fruitvale Elementary  Glenmerry Elementary  J.L. Crowe Secondary  KC Learning Centre  St. Michael’s Elementary  Selkirk College  Seven Summits  Webster Elementary 

Community Centres & Banquet Facilities

Casino Hall Colombo Lodge Hall Fruitvale Memorial Hall Genelle Community Hall Greater Trail Community Centre  Italo Canadese Hall  Local 480 Hall  KP Hall  Montrose Community Hall – 250-367-7234 Oasis Hall  Riverbelle  Royal Canadian Legion Branch Trail Memorial Centre  Warfield Hall 

Libraries

Beaver Valley Public Library  Law Library  LDS Genealogy Library  Regional Business Library  Trail & District Public Library

Seniors Housing

Beaver Valley Manor, Fruitvale  Chateau Manor, Trail  30 TRAIL | 2017 COMMUNITY GUIDE

250-364-1262 250-364-0591 250-365-2792 250-304-2783 250-368-9148 250-367-7240 250-693-5500 250-367-7551 250-367-7234 250-368-8202 250-368-2128 250-521-0588 250-368-7399 250-364-2076 250-368-8066 250-368-3378 250-362-3395 250-367-7541 250-364-1353 250-368-5591 250-364-1275 250-368-6151 250-368-5236 250-362-7772 250-368-3242 250-364-0165 250-368-8921 250-367-7551 250-693-8803 250-368-3713 250-368-3268 250-368-9131 250-368-8872 250-368-8459 250-364-1816 250-364-1422 250-368-6484 250-368-8202 250-367-7114 250-362-7368 250-365-8192 250-364-2595 250-364-1731 250-367-7612 250-364-0033

Columbia View Lodge, Trail Jubilee Place, Trail Mountain Side Village, Fruitvale  Rose Wood Village, Trail  Silver City Gardens, Trail The Villa, Trail

Senior-friendly apartments Chateau Manor  Jubilee Manor  McQuarrie Apartments  Waneta Manor  Warfield Apartments 

Community Support Services

Alcoholics Anonymous  CB Alliance for Literacy  Career Development Services  Compassionate Friends  Crime Prevention Programs  Crisis Line  Food Bank, Anglican Church Food Bank, Salvation Army  Food Bank, United Church  HandyDART  Kate’s Kitchen  LeRoi Community Foundation  Metis Society Sanctuary Pre-Teen Cente Trail Family & Individual Resource Centre (FAIR)  Trail Mental Health Clubhouse  United Way of Trail & Distric Victim Services

Day Care Centres:

Beaver Valley Nursery School  Child Care Resource & Referral Little Angels Family Day Care Little Scholar’s Montessori  Sunshine Children’s Centre 

Youth

250-364-1271 250-364-1800 250-367-9870 250-364-3150 250-368-5223 250-368-5153 250-364-0033 250.368.3124 250-368-8818 250-368-8423 250-368-6441 250-368-5651 250-368-6770 250-364-1104 250-367-7456 250-368-2185 1-888-353-2273 250-368-5581 250-364-0445 250-368-3225 250-364-3362 250-364-0445 250-231-5222 250-368-8561 250-368-6142 250-364-2326 250-368-6343 250-364-0999 250-368-2184 250-367-7887 250-364-2980 250-368-3306 250-368-6789 250-368-3166

Air Cadets 250-367-0091 Alliance Church Youth Group  250-368-9516 BV Sparks, Guides, Brownies  250-367-7507 Community Development Centre 250-364-3322 First Presbyterian Youth Group  250-368-6066 Freedom Quest Youth Services  250-364-0083 Gateway Christian Life Youth 250-364-1201 Interact (High School Rotary)  250-364-2893 Pathfinders  250-367-7507 Sanctuary (Kids 6 to 12) 250-368-6142 Scouts250-367-7453 Sea Cadets  250-368-3581 Trail Ambassador Programme 250-367-6636 Trail Girl Guides 250-364-3354


Numbers to Know Services for Seniors Beaver Valley Age Friendly  Dinners at Home Meals on Wheels  Royal Canadian Legion Trail  Senior Citizens #47  Senior Citizens #44, Fruitvale  Trail Hospice & Palliative Care  Trail Home and Community Care WK Volunteer Driver Program  Veterans’ Affairs  Health Care Canadian Cancer Society Canadian Mental Health Assoc.  Canadian Red Cross  Cardiac Rehab Foundation  KBRH Health Foundation  KB Regional Hospital Kiro Wellness Centre  Mental Health & Addictions Sanctuary House Hospital Accommodation (for families of patients at KBRH) Stroke Recovery Association  Trail Lead Health Service WK Brain Injury Association 

250-367-7124 250-368-3515 250-368-3515 250-364-1700 250-364-0960 250-367-7217 250-364-6204 250-364-6230 250-304-2990 1- 866-522-2122 1-888-413-9911 250-368-5223 250-368-9129 250-364-3430 250-364-3424 250-368-3311 250-364-6219 250-364-6262 250-231-3272 250-368-9306 250-364-6223 250-364-6400

Service, Hobby Clubs & Fraternities Baden Powell Guild Beaver Valley Historical Society Beaver Valley Lions Beaver Valley May Days  Beaver Valley Rotary  Beaver Valley Snowmobile Club  Caledonian Society  Casino Gun Range  Colombo Lodge Italico Club  Italo-Canadese  Fruitvale Community in Bloom  Fruitvale Quilters Guild  Kiwanis  Knights of Columbus  Knights of Pythias  Masonic Lodge Red Cross  Trail Rotary  Royal Canadian Legion  Silver City Trap Club Special Olympics BC Trail Eagles  Trail Community in Bloom Trail in Bloom Garden Contest  Trail Festa Italiana Trail Festival Society Trail Flying Club  Trail Historical Society  Trail Horsemen’s Society  Trail Lions Club Waneta Sunrise Rotary  West Kootenay ATV Club  WK Family Historians Society  West Kootenay Fly Fishing Club  WK Smoke & Steel Car Club 

250-367-7453 250-367-9218 250-367-9498 250-367-6549 250-367-7048 250-367-9313 250-521- 0120 250-364-1838 250-368-8921 250-364-1621 250-368-3268 250-367-9484 250-367-9756 250-368-3581 250-364-1445 250-368-8872 250-364-2604 250-368-9129 250-364-1923 250-368-6549 250-693-8886 250-367-6254 250-368-8842 250-368-7399 250-364-1806 250-368-5171 250-364-0918 250-368-9756 250-364-0829 250-367-9720 250-368-3697 250-367-6549 250-368-6307 250-367-0076 250-365-8288 250-368-3127

Churches Alliance Church  Beaver Valley Baptist Church  Fruitvale Christian Fellowship  Gateway Christian Life Centre  Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints  Holy Trinity  Presbyterian Church  St. Andrew’s Anglican Church  Trail United Church  The Salvation Army 

250-368-9516 250-367-7264 250-367-6611 250-364-1201 250-368-6616 250-368-6677 250-368-6066 250-368-5581 250-368-3225 250-368-3515

Sports And Activities Aquafit Baseball: American Legion, Junior Baseball – Phillies, Jays  Baseball – BV Little League  Baseball – Men’s, Orioles Bowling: BV Bowling Lanes  Glenmerry Bowling  Curling: Beaver Curling Valley Club  Trail Curling Club  Gyms: GetFOCUS  Elevate Sport & Health Performance Fitness Pride Gym Trail Gym Club Hockey: BV Nitehawks  Over-the-Hill Junior Smoke Eaters  Trail/Rossland Minor Hockey  Martial Arts: Heart & Soul Taekwondo  Trail Martial Arts  Trail Rossland Roller Girls  Beaver Valley Figure Skating  Trail CanSkate Red Mountain  X-country Skiing – Black Jack  Softball – BV Girls  Aquatic & Leisure Centre  Trail Stingrays Swim Club Trail Winter Swim Club  Centennial Pool (Warfield)  Kootenay South  BV Minor Soccer Beaver Valley Recreation  Casino Recreation  Genelle Recreation Trail Parks and Recreation  Warfield Recreation 

250-368-6484 250-368-9898 250-368-9898 250-367-6654 250-368-1868 250-367-9111 250-368-6211 250-367-7628 250-368-6222 250-512-1244 250-364-3380 250-368-5911 250-364-3031 250-368-5688 250-367-7183 250-367-0191 250-364-9994 250-368-3497 250-921-9090 250-368-3602 250-362-9556 250-367-0040 250-368-6484 250-362-7384 250-364-5445 250-368-7333 250-368-6484 250-368-6484 250-368-7966 250-368-8202 www.kootenaysouthsoccer.com 250-367-7049 250-367-9319 250-364-0165 250-693-2216 250-368-6484 250-368-8202

Explore Our Arts Artisan  Columbia Writers Studio  Greater Trail Potters Guild  Rossland Art Club  Trail Art Club

250-364-5659 250-367-6549 250-364-0313 250-362-5569 250-367-7335

Performing Art Columbia Phoenix Players  Gold Fever Follies Society  Iron Mountain Theatre  Rossland Light Opera Players 

250-367-6365 250-368-6045 250-231-7943 250-362-5665

Music After School Band  BC Registered Music Teachers  Trail & District Arts Council  Trail Harmony Choir Trail Maple Leaf Band  Trail Pipe Band SwingSations 

250-368-0003 250-367-9427 250-368-9669 250-362-2267 250-365-2144 250-368-8348 250-367-6115

Dance Kate E. Shaw School of Dance (Highland Dancing) – kshawhighlanddance@gmail.com Kootenay Dance Works: www.kootenaydanceworks.com Kootenay Groove (ballroom, dance lessons & events)  250-368-7618 Steps Dance Company  250-364-1236 Steps Dance Centre  250-368-8119

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Ryan Flett. Lower Columbia Tourism.

Ryan Flett. Lower Columbia Tourism.

Explore Our Trails The area abounds in hiking and biking trails from easy to challenging. The popular hiking and biking trails are listed below. For maps, a list of Rossland trails and more information, check out the Kootenay Columbia Trail Society at www.kcts.ca

Antenna/Flagpole Trail – access at 4th Street and 12th Ave., Montrose; 3.5 km., medium, single track, steady incline worth the work for the beautiful viewpoint. Rated for biking, Blue Square. Elder Trail – off Palyga Drive in West Trail; 2 km., medium/easy, single track, old roadway is an easy climb up Lookout Mountain. Rated for biking. Green Circle. Miral Heights Trail – access at top of Albert Drive in Miral Heights; 4.5 km., easy, double track, walk or mountain bike for dramatic view above Gyro Park and Sunningdale; great for bike riders, mostly shady throughout. Rated for bikers, Green Circle. Rusty Chainsaw – a new loop completed in 2016, 3 km. accessed from the Miral Heights/Sunningdale Traverse trails, advanced/intermediate, Black Diamond rating for bikers. Rated for bikers, Black Diamond. Raven’s Rock – turn up Goepel Street in East Trail; access between hospital and high school; 2 km., medium, single track, links to Miral Heights Trail; steep in places, see tumbling water and raucous ravens. Rated for bikers, Black Diamond/Blue Square. Bluffs Loop – a continuation of the Miral Heights Trail, 2.8 km., moderate, single track, can access from the Miral Heights Trail or Sunningdale Traverse. Rated for bikers, Blue Square. Sunningdale Traverse – access from Sandpit Road, off Marianna Crescent in Upper Sunningdale; 2.4 km., moderate, single track, the longest and crown jewel of area trails running above Sunningdale, beginning is a steep hill, which levels out at the top of the mountain. Rated for bikers Blue Square. Beaver Valley Family Park (Marsh Creek) – 3 km. east of Fruitvale, easy trails for hiking or biking. Camp Tweedsmuir – access from Mazzochi Park in Fruitvale, 1 km., with side trails, pleasant easy walk along Kelly and Beaver Creeks. KC Trail – access from Shutek Drive in Warfield behind Warfield Hall and public works building, 1.6 km. single track, is widely used as a connector to other trails in the Warfield area including Milky Way, North Star, Techno Grind, Iron Colt and Pale Ale. Rated for bikers, Blue Square. Trail Etiquette

Use trails at your own risk. Absolutely no motorized vehicles. All dogs must be on a leash. Share the trails. Be aware of others on bike or on foot. Slow down and move to one side, giving others enough space. Cyclists should yield to all users and foot traffic yield to equestrians. Downhill traffic should yield to uphill traffic. Cyclists are responsible for keeping their bikes under control and at a safe speed at all times. When in doubt of right-of-way, give the other user the benefit. 32 TRAIL | 2017 COMMUNITY GUIDE

For Equestrian Safety

When a horse approaches, move off to one side as far as possible. It is recommended to allow 2-3 meters distance of clearance. If in doubt, ask the horse rider for instructions. Avoid making sudden, jerky moves but make yourself known to the rider and horse by speaking out.


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Restaurants A&W Ace of Taste Arlington Bar & Grill. Family Dining - Opening Spring of 2017

1136 Bay Ave. Trail 1344 Bay Ave. Trail 975 Spokane St. Trail

250-368-4990 250-368-6448 250-368-3711

Bagels & Brew Benedict’s Steakhouse & Tunnel Pub Burgervale & Historic Fruitvale Hotel Public House Caffé Americano Café Michael Canadian 2 for 1 Pizza Canton Café Rex Hotel City Bakery Colander Express Colander Restaurant Cornerstone Café & Deli Double Happiness Eastern Wok Fruitvale Kitchen Foxy’s Fine Food & Drinks Hot Spot Diner iGot Juiced Lil T’s Café McDonalds McDonalds (Walmart) Panago Pino’s Simmer Down Café Starbucks (Ferraro Foods) Opening in Spring of 2017

1290 Esplanade Trail 3 Schofield Hw. Trail 1938 Main St, Fruitvale 1425 Bay Ave. Trail 8266 Hwy. 3b Trail 1474 Bay Ave. Trail 1318 Bay Ave. Trail 764 Rossland Ave. Trail 1180 Cedar Ave. Trail Waneta Plaza Trail 1475 Cedar Ave. Trail 760 Schofield Hwy. Warfield 1420 Bay Ave. Trail Waneta Plaza Trail 1930 Main St. Fruitvale 1001 Old Rossland Ave. Trail 1166 Pine Ave. Trail Waneta Plaza Trail A-2905 Hwy Dr. Trail 799 Victoria Ave. Trail 1601Marcolin Dr Trail 103-1199 Bay Ave.Trail 876 Rossland Ave, Trail 1864 Hwy 3B, Fruitvale 850 Farwell St, Trail

778-456-2739 250-368-3660 250-367-9604 250-364-2000 250-364-2112 250-368-3684 250-368-9833 250-368-6611 250-368-6910 250-364-3060 250-364-1816 250-364-1818 250-368-5662 250-368-8822 250-367-9388 250-368-3355 250-368-8112 250-368-3380 250-364-2955 250-368-3361 250-368-8661 250-364-9801 778-456-3536 250-367-9910

Subway Subway Subway The Doorway (Coffee/Tea Bar) The Rustic Crust (to go) Tim Hortons Trail Beer Refinery Trail Coffee & Tea Co. Trail Pastry Shop

1180 8200 1949 1386 1480 8100 1299 1267 1447

250-368-8801 250-364-3363 250-367-7827 250-364-1142 250-231-4320 250-368-3187 778-456-2TBR (2827) 250-368-5770 250-364-1013

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Bay Ave. Trail Hwy 3B Trail Main St. Fruitvale Cedar Ave. Trail 5th Ave. Trail Hwy 3B, Trail Bay Ave, Trail Cedar Ave. Bay Ave. Trail


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The River Belle

799 Victoria St, Trail 250-368-3361 1601 Marcolin Dr.(Walmart Location) Trail 250-368-8661 1991 Columbia Ave, Castlegar 250-304-2400

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BENEDICT’S STEAKHOUSE Tuesday thru Saturday 5pm

TUNNEL PUB

Monday to Saturday Open at 11am Sunday Open at 2pm Happy Hour Monday to Saturday at 1pm

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Accommodation Best Western Columbia River Beaver Creek Campsite (Kiwanis) Beaver Falls Motel & RV Park Champion Lakes Provincial Park City of Trail’s RV Park Grape Escape Guest House Genelle House Bed & Breakfast Glenwood Motel Ray-Lyn Motel River’s Edge Bed & Breakfast River Haus Bed & Breakfast Sanctuary House Trail Motel & RV Park Villagers Inn Hotel

1001 Rossland Ave. Trail Old Waneta Road (Hwy 22A) Trail 1142 Hwy 3B. Montrose Champion Lakes Rd (off Hwy 3B), Fruitvale 7500 Hwy 3B Trail 9340 Station Rd, Trail 327 15th Ave, Genelle 2769 Glenwood Dr. Trail 118 Wellington St. Warfield 1568 Columbia Ave. Trail 8551 Highway 22A Trail 1705 Bay Ave, Trail 3080 Highway Dr. Trail 1867 Highway Dr. Fruitvale

250-368-3355 250-367-9165 250-367-7690 250-825-4212 250-368-3144 250-367-7493 250-693-2189 250-368-5522 250-368-5541 250-368-8224 250-364-2118 250-231-3272 250- 368-8844 250-367-7664

Ryan Flett. Lower Columbia Tourism.

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FREE BREAKFAST

INCLUDED WITH YOUR STAY

We are dedicated to enhancing the guest experience through continuous Innovation and investment. Our hotel embodies a true home away from home For those who know and appreciate the best.

THE SIGN YOU WANT

the agent you need

CONTACT OUR REALTORS Mario Berno Joy DeMelo Keith DeWitt 250-368-1027 250-368-1960 250-231-8187 Wayne DeWitt Thea Hanson Nathan Kotyk 250-368-1617 250-231-1661 250-231-9484 Denise Marchi Jack McConnachie 250-368-1112 250-231-5222

1252 Bay Ave, Trail 1.800.465.6682

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We have the largest inventory of GM Cars, Trucks, and SUVs in the West Kootenay plus a HUGE selection of pre-owned vehicles.

250.368.5000

remax1@shaw.ca www.allprorealty.ca www.facebook.com/allprorealtyltdtrailbc

“DRIVE A GOOD BARGAIN” Trail: 250-364-0211 Nelson: 250-352-5122

www.practicar.ca

Creston: 250-428-9343 Castlegar: 250-365-1980

trail@practicar.ca

8137 Old Waneta Road, Trail BC You can trust Champion Chevrolet’s bodyshop team to take care of all your ICBC repairs. Certified Repair Shop Certified Express Repair Shop WE SERVICE ALL MAKES AND MODELS OF CARS, TRUCKS, SUVS

Trail BC

2880 Highway Drive, Trail 250-368-9134 1-877-872-4522

visit us online at www.ChampionGM.com

FOR ALL YOUR TIRES AND MECHANICAL NEEDS www.oktire.com

250-364-2825

oktiretrail@shaw.ca

OK CAR WASH

TOUCHLESS AND HAND BAYS SAVE WITH A GIFT CARD Open 24/7

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Largest Airport in the West Kootenays 3 Daily Flights to Vancouver & Daily to Calgary Providing Connecting Flights to the World Central location to the region with shuttle service to Trail, Nelson connecting to Cranbrook & Kelowna Modern, full-service terminal with casino, restaurants & free wiďŹ

Life’s an adventure, start one here in Castlegar!

Castlegar, BC 250-365-5151

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Explore Our Bridges The Old Bridge

The Old Trail Bridge was completed in 1910, and was a much needed access point to get across the river instead of the pull ferry that existed at the time. Today, the 106 year old bridge is out of commission to all traffic but still stands as a testament to Trail’s rich history.

The Victoria Street Bridge

The Victoria Street Bridge was completed in 1961. This bridge was carefully constructed to withstand thousands of tons of water pushed on by the Columbia River every second. At night, the Victoria Street Bridge has colour changing LED lights that create a magnificent reflection on the water and can be spotted from a great distance.

The Columbia River Skywalk

Part of the Canada 150 TransCanada Trail, the Columbia River Skywalk is one of the largest suspension bridges of its kind in North America. It brings back the popular “Bridge Loop” walk that circles downtown Trail and the East Trail business area. “Walking the Bridges” is just under 2 km. The bridge opened in December, 2016 and a grand opening celebration is scheduled during 2017 Silver City Days festivities.

Curious about metals & mining? Our story is innovative, informative and historic.

ALL SEASONS: Teck Interpretive Centre 200, 1199 Bay Ave., Trail 250 368-3144

MAY TO SEPTEMBER: Rossland Museum Hwy 3B, Rossland 250 362-7722

Trail Museum Look for the Trail Riverfront Centre opening soon showcasing the new museum.

trailhistory.com rosslandmuseum.ca goldfeverfollies.ca

Teck Trail Operations, www.teck.com

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New Airport Terminal Building coming December 2017

VANCOUVER TWICE DAILY WITH ACCESS TO 65+ DESTINATIONS central to world-class outdoor adventure close to industrial & tech offices free WiFi car rentals short & long-term parking

Flight info (800) 663-2872 trailairport.ca Owned and operated by

Trail Regional Airport – YZZ

commercial / industrial opportunities

Special Features - Trail Vacation Guide 2018  

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Special Features - Trail Vacation Guide 2018  

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