At 23 hectares, Millennium Park in Castlegar isn't the largest urban park in the interior of British Columbia. But it is the best. This is why.
There are only four registered not-for-profit women’s shooting clubs in the entire country and one of them is located in Castlegar. Here's everything you need to know about the West Kootenay Ladies Shooting Group in Castlegar.
There's a very good reasons why Castlegar, and the West Kootenay region in general, is a hot bed for cold beer. Here's where to find the best craft beer in Castlegar and surrounding area.
Not only is Castlegar a world-class destination when it comes to freshwater angling, it also offers opportunities to cast every month of the year. Here are the best winter fishing spots in Castlegar.
Can you and your family spot these 28 species of birds in Castlegar this winter?
Here are 10 reasons why winter doesn't suck in Castlegar, from the mild winter weather to all the fun outdoor recreation.
Whether you prefer skate skiing for fitness, or relaxed nordic skiing through untouched snow, Castlegar has the best cross-country skiing in the Kootenays.
Castlegar is equidistant from three ski hills, two of which were awarded best downhill resorts in North America. Situated in British Columbia’s beautiful Columbia Valley, Castlegar is an easy 40-minute drive from Red Mountain Resort in Rossland, Whitewater Ski Resort near Nelson and the Salmo Skil Hill.
One of the best ways to get out and about in Castlegar is to explore the thriving river culture, specifically fishing. Throwing out a line into one of the many nearby lakes and rivers is joyful and talking about it with friends over beer afterwards even more so.
Castlegar has quickly become the best city in the Kootenay region of British Columbia for rock climbing and there are many areas that are perfect for families. These are the three best for families of rock climbers.