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Moyie Lake to Cranbrook

Moyie Lake Park

After leaving Creston in the Kootenays and continuing along Highway 3 east you will enter the British Columbia Rockies region. 38km (22miles) beyond Creston Highway 95 (from the BC/Idaho border) joins Highway 3 to become Highway 95. The highway follows Moyie River to Moyie Lake and the town of Moyie.

Moyie Lake Provincial Park:
This popular camping area is located on the north shore of Moyie lake and provides access to boating, fishing, swimming, and hiking.

Cranbrook is the largest centre in the Rockies and is situated on the Rocky Mountain Trench with the Rockies to the east and south and the Purcells to the west. The CPR bypassed Fort Steele in favour of Cranbrook where it became the divisional point of the railway and the center of the region. Cranbrook has 20 parks within the city and a new performing art center, the Key City Theatre.

Waterfowl Habitat near Cranbrook Canadian Museum of Rail Travels:
Featuring nine original cars from the CPR Trans-Canada Limited of 1929, this was once a luxury service from Montreal to Vancouver.

Cranbrook Heritage Tour:
The tour includes City Hall, Fire Hall, Masonic Temple and The Rotary Clock Tower.

Elizabeth Lake Sanctuary:
Located in the Trench corridor, these marshes attract Canada Geese, many different species of ducks, and some song-birds. Moose, deer, and painted turtles may also be viewed here.

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