hiking

Have you been riding Swine Flu? Have you been troubled by mud just past the cattleguard and to the right? 

Event Date: 
Friday, June 7, 2019
Time: 

Enjoy lunch on the Bear Patio alongside creative cocktails or enjoy gourmet dining in the evening restaurant while the sun sets over the Three Bears. 

Fernie really does have it all when it comes to summer adventures with your kids. Here are three (or four) of my personal favourites that are a little off the beaten track.

Event Date: 
Saturday, June 22, 2019
Time: 
10:00am - 5:00pm

Fernie Alpine Resort opens for Summer operations on June 22nd to September 2nd!

Open daily: 10am – 5pm (7pm on Thursdays)

Early Bird Summer Season Passes are on sale NOW! Get yours here!

Trails connect our communities, take us to spectacular locations and provide fresh-air opportunities to get moving. Around the Columbia Basin, 29 projects will be adding to or improving the region’s trails, with over $484,000 from Columbia Basin Trust’s Trail Enhancement Grants.

Exploring the outdoors and breathing in the fresh mountain air is often a great way to find your inner voice. A great escape from your daily life commitments is to hit the trails. A hike up to the top of Swine Flu is a good option. It’s relatively short and has a great view of the city from the bench at the top.

We are so lucky in Fernie and to have a wonderful outdoor playground. There are so many options to play outside during the winter season. When I think of “play” I envision fun, fresh mountain air, biking, and spending time with my dog Chloe on the trails. The new Inclusive Trail is a great one to take your pet along. It’s nice and wide and has a gentle grade.

November, it’s the time of season to remain calm before the storm. A great trail late Fall that typically drains well is Swine Flu. 

Event Date: 
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Time: 
7:00pm

Join the Fernie Trails Alliance for their AGM. Time to reflect on our successes for 2018 and learn about what's coming up for 2019.

Sometimes all Jesse wants is to hike alone. Alone enough to feel the thud of her boots against the earth. To have your face tickled by the breeze as it blows between yellowing larch needles.