Castlegar is an amazing kayaking destination. Whether you prefer mellow floats on lakes with mountain views or exciting whitewater and standing waves, this area of the West Kootenays in British Columbia has it all.
Castlegar was just showcased on MSN for its low cost of living and high paying jobs. Here are 10 other reasons why you should move here.
Lasting from December 6 to 17, the Snowplace Like Home Festival in Castlegar features indoor and outdoor events every day to help you get exited for the winter season.
In the recent issue of Soar magazine Castlegar's thriving artistic scene has been featured and it explains why the Kootenay city of the Sculpture Capital of Canada.
One of the world's most popular mountain bike websites, Pinkbike, has featured the trails in Castlegar and said, we're a city "rife with folks who know how to handle a saw."
The Lion’s Head Smoke and Brew Pub has just been listed as one of the eight best pubs in the province of British Columbia. Find out by who.
Castlegar now has four cannabis dispensaries in city limits. Here are some things to do after you've visited one of them.
The Kootenay Rock Climbing Festival returned to Castlegar September 21-22, 2019, and featured Canada's best rock climber Sonnie Trotter. This is the eighth year the Festival has been held at the Lion's Head Pub in Robson, which is only a few minutes away from the Castlegar's downtown core and it's renowned as the only restaurant [...]
For those who plan to bookend the Shambhala Music Festival with a stop or stay in the West Kootenay, visit Castlegar before and after. Here's why.
Kinnaird Bluffs in Castlegar is unique not only because people have been climbing there for half a century, but also because it's the only cliff band owned by a non-profit rock climbing organization in the province.