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.
Mountain Biking BC has announced its latest contest will include a stop in Castlegar to ride the incredible trails in the city and to enjoy tasty brews at the Lion’s Head Pub and the soon-to-be-opened Tailout Brewery.
There are ancient creatures lurking in the depths of the Columbia River but luckily these White Sturgeon prefer mollusks to human toes.
Castlegar is world-class destination when it comes to freshwater angling. Whether your preference is fly fishing for trout in mountain streams, jigging for walleye in rivers or casting for lake lunkers, there's something for every angler who lives in or visits Castlegar. Take Graham Cloutier for example. He moved to the area from Northern British [...]
The Castlegar Nordic Ski Club trails offers the best cross-country skiing on the Paulson Pass that incorporate 45 kilometres of groomed trails. These are our favourite trail loops.