Mount Baker towers over Cranbrook's picturesque parks, forested
campgrounds and verdant golf courses. It looms as sentinel to
a city positioned on the threshold of five of Canada's most outstanding
the Serengeti of the Americas the Cranbrook environ is renowned
for its abundant wildlife, classic mountain scenery, crystal-clear
lakes and rivers, and limitless outdoor possibilities.
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921 metres (3022 ft.)
Cranbrook is serviced by commercial air and buslines. Highway
3/95, both well maintained routes, can take you east to Fernie
or west to Creston.
Local Attractions: Canadian Museum of Rail Travel,
Elizabeth Lake Wildlife Sanctuary, Heritage Walking Tour, Key
City Theatre, Splash Zone Waterslide, St. Eugene Mission
- Kootenay Children's Festival
- Rockin' in the Rockies, Sam Steele Days
Travellers can choose from a number of hotel/motels and
camgrounds/RV parks in town as well as bed & breakfasts.
In the surrounding area, there are provincial and commercial
campgrounds, guest ranch and bed & breakfast.
Cranbrook & District Chamber of Commerce
Cranbrook Visitor Info Centre, 2270 Cranbrook St. N., Box 84,
Cranbrook, BC V1C 4H6 Tel: (250) 489-5261 or (250) 426-5914
Fax: (250) 426-3873