Our new video captures Nelson Kootenay Lake area and it's awesomeness of a rich culture and a healthy environment, and of course snow, lots of snow. There's so much to do and cozy places to stay from Nelson to Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort and up to Kaslo and Meadow Creek.
"A Vibe Called Whitewater" - this 3 minute video tells the tale of the Whitewater Ski Resort roots; defines what makes them unique and gives them such a special feel.
How exactly did Nelson BC and neighbouring Rossland beat out every other ski town in North America to be named winner of Powder Magazine's Best Ski Town in North America? Bottom line, the powder is crazy deep out here, and as Powder editor John Stifter put it, "the Kootenays is a special place" full of "very interesting, authentic folk".
Stellar Heli Skiing slide show highlights from a few of their ski trips.
A breathtaking new video that celebrates Nelson Kootenay Lake Tourism's four seasons with a focus on the region’s spectacular scenery, culture, activities and landscapes. Sit back, relax and enjoy!
Why should you come to Nelson? The BEST WESTERN PLUS Baker Street Inn's new video offers many reasons why...
Rest in Powder is an independent snow film about a group of friends from the Kootenays. The full length film is available at www.restinpowder.com, check out the trailer.
Fall in Love with the Kootenays. A short video featuring Nelson, Ainsworth, Balfour & Kaslo in autumn 2011.
A recap of the Redbull Supernatural that went down at Baldface Lodge in Feb 2012.
If you're searching for winter's soul, and an authentic vacation destination, there is a place...Whitewater Ski Resort. Check out their new video.
View not-so-often-seen views of the West and East Kootenays including the Selkirks, Purcells, and Rockies. Valhallas, Kokanee Glacier, Jumbo, Flathead, Bugaboos, and the Coal Mines are all locations you will explore on this 6 minute flight over Stunning Landscapes!!
?A mostly aerial photo slideshow by Douglas Noblet?Visit www.wildairphoto.com for more photos.
Check out the trailer for the incredible, award winning film “All.I.Can.” by Sherpas Cinema. This 70min film was filmed in Rossland, Trail and Nelson.