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EXPLORE THE
CRESTON VALLEY


It takes one look at the mountains and lush, expansive orchards and vineyards in Creston Valley, and you’ll know why you came here. To slow down and enjoy the art, the scenery, and the fresh clean water. This is where good things grow. Good things are made with love, and grown close to home.

Creston Valley is situated just 10 km north of the U.S. border, and at the south end of Kootenay Lake. It is a fertile agricultural region and home to beautiful fruit orchards and wineries. Creston Valley has one of the mildest climates in British Columbia, making it a wonderful year round destination.

TRAVEL STORIES

 
 

#1

Enjoy the spectacular mountain views, surrounding expanses of wilderness and the beauty of Kootenay Lake on a hike or bike in Creston Valley. Click to check out our Trail Map or visit the Trail Society website.

#2

Tour Creston Valley's 4 world-class wineries from June until September 22nd.

Skimmerhorn | Baillie-Grohman Estate | Red Bird Estate | Wynnwood Cellars

#3

Stroll through the Creston Valley Farmers' Market on Saturdays from April til October.

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#4

Take an interpretive walk or canoe ride through the Creston Valley Wildlife Centre to learn about the abundant species of local birds, mammals and reptiles that inhabit the nearby wetlands

Wonderful hiking awaits you at Stagleap.

#5

Head west along Highway 3 to  Stagleap Provincial Park.  This park is located at the summit of the highest all-weather highway pass in BC and one of the highest paved highways in Canada.

#6

While visiting Creston Valley, be sure to visit the Creston Museum and learn about the history of the Region, or catch a play by the Footlighters Theatre Society.