||What is it?
||Distance from St. Eugene (km)
||Info: location, link, contact, etc.
|Lussier Hot Springs
||Soak in the natural hot springs, limited facilities
||96.5 km which includes a 17.5km windy, dirt road
(1h 13 min by car)
|Wasa Lake Provincial Park
||Hiking, cycling, paddling, 8 km wheelchair and bike accessible trail around the lakeshore, 2.7 km self-guided interpretive trail.
||41 km (30 min by
East Kootenay Parks Ltd.
|Kimberley Nature Park
||This 840-hectare municipal nature park, adjacent to 200-hectare Horse Barn Valley Interpretive Forest, contains 50 km of diverse, non-motorized trails for hiking and mountain biking.
||24 km (22 min by car)
Kimberley Nature Park Society’s mandate: conservation, education, and recreation.
Some access for those with disabilities and special needs.
|Lois Creek Trails
||13 km of hiking and cross-country mountain biking trails for beginner and intermediate riders.
||28 km (28 min by car)
|Marysville Falls & Eco Park
||A 10-min walk along a boardwalk brings to you a fenced look-out to see the 30-meter waterfall.
||20 km (18 min by car)
25 km (1.5 hrs by bike)
|North Star Rails to Trails
||A 28 km, paved non-motorized, multi-use, scenic trail linking Kimberley and Cranbrook.
||5.4 km (7 min by car) to trailhead
|South Star Recreation Trails
||30 km of multi-use, non-motorized trails
||16 km (20 min by car)
17 km (1 hr 22 min by bike)
Trailhead at end of 38th Ave South, Cranbrook.
|Cranbrook Community Forest
||Walking, birding, biking, running trails through forest, grassland, riparian, and meadow areas.
106 km of 52 mountain biking trails for a range of abilities.
|14 km (26 min by car)
9.4 km (46 min by bike)
|Cranbrook’s Rotary Way
||9-km urban paved, non-motorized trail system for biking, walking, running.
||7.8 km (10 min by car)
7 km (31 min by bike)
|Elizabeth Lake Wildlife Sanctuary
||A bird sanctuary wetland area with 3.7 km walking trails, bird & turtle watching (6 hectares). Run by the Rocky Mountain Naturalists.
||12 km (15 min by car)
12 km (46 min by bike)
|Located on the southwest side of Cranbrook on Highway 3 by the Cranbrook Visitor Centre.
|Wycliffe Regional Park
||164 hectares of green space with hoodoos, Perry Creek, picnic areas.
||15.5 km (15 min by car)
17.2 km (1 hr by bike)
|1200 Perry Creek Road
250.426.5065 or after Oct 16 250.489.2791