Spring brings excitement, possibility, and all kinds of colour to Kootenay Lake. Steep mountain valleys are alive with the spring runoff. Snow capped peaks contrast with deep green forests and dark blue waters. Lilacs, cherry blossoms, and all kinds of leafy trees and gardens colour the region’s waterfront towns. Patios and early season hiking and mountain biking trails open, while lightly trafficked roads reward cyclists. Frequent summer-like temperatures and long days make spring a rewarding (and quiet) time to visit.
Rainy Day Activities
The Kootenay Lake region is usually sunshine and rainbows. But when the odd shower rolls in, here are some top suggestions to help you make the most of your time, rain or shine.
Kaslo May Long Weekend
Kaslo highlights the diverse culture of Kaslo, and is one of the huge events that welcomes in the summer season with May Days, Logger Sports and Show n' Shine.
Breathe, Take it all In
Imagine a place where nature feeds your body and soul, where clean air encourages outdoor recreation, and where fresh flavours delight the senses.