beautiful alpine city boasts four-season recreation in the
Purcell Mountains. Along the Platzl, an esplanade punctuated
with picturesque shops, hanging baskets and hand-painted fire
hydrants, a life-sized Happy Hans emerges hourly from his
room atop Canadas largest Cuckoo Clock. The community
of Kimberley is located in the BC Rockies region on Highway
95A, 32 km. north of Cranbrook.
Images: Kimberley & District Chamber of
Commerce Visitors Center
biking and hiking paths thread through Kimberley Nature Park.
The Mark Creek Nature Trail leads to Marysville Falls, a 100'
cascade of water over rocks worn smooth. The recently completed
Rails to Trails project links the community to Cranbrook.
community of Kimberley is located in the BC Rockies region
on Highway 95A, 32 km. north of Cranbrook.
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Kimberley offers a variety of visitor services and lodging.
There are a number of motels, hotels and campgrounds & RV
parks located in or close to Kimberley. Also there are hotels
and condominiums at the base of the ski hill.
1,113 metres (3,652 ft.)
Kimberley is serviced by commercial bus line and the Canadian
Rockies International Airport. Highway 95A, 32 km. north of
Cranbrook, takes travelers to Kimberley.
Facilities & Activities: downhill skiing, cross country
skiing, fishing, rafting, golfing, indoor tennis and racquetball
courts, Swimming pool, skateboard & bike-park, biking, hiking.
Attractions: Kimberley Heritage Museum, Cominco Gardens,
Kimberley Underground Mining Railway, Kimberley Golf Club,
Trickle Creek Golf Resort, Bootleg Gap Golf Course, the downtown
Platzl, mainstreet Marysville and Falls, Kimberley Skate and
Bike Park, Kimberley Aquatic Centre, Kimberley Alpine Resort,
Kimberley Nordic Trails.
Bootleg Sled Dog Races April - Spring Splash June - Marysville Daze, Kimberley Rotary Lobster
Fest July JulyFest and Kimberley International
Old Time Accordion Championships August Arts on the Edge, Kimberley Music Festival September Kimberley Fall Fair