Welcome to the North Star Rails to Trails

No matter how you use it... on foot, stroller, bike, inline skates, skateboard, Nordic ski or snowshoe...get out on the trail!

Welcome to the North Star Rails to Trails

No matter how you use it... on foot, stroller, bike, inline skates, skateboard, Nordic ski or snowshoe...get out on the trail!

Welcome to the North Star Rails to Trails

No matter how you use it... on foot, stroller, bike, inline skates, skateboard, Nordic ski or snowshoe...get out on the trail!

Welcome to the North Star Rails to Trails

No matter how you use it... on foot, stroller, bike, inline skates, skateboard, Nordic ski or snowshoe...get out on the trail!

The AGM of the North Star Rails to Trails Society will be held on Thursday December 3rd, 2020 at 7 pm.  The meeting will be held via Webex.

If you wish to attend the meeting, email your reply BEFORE NOVEMBER 26 to: nsrails2trails@gmail.com.  It is important to reply before November 26 in order to receive the link and the information package for the meeting.

AREA INFO

The North Star Rails 2 Trails stretches over 28km, linking the cities of Kimberley and Cranbrook, British Columbia.
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PHOTO GALLERY

Check out some of these amazing shots of life on the trail! New Repair Stations have been installed at the Kimberley and Cranbrook trail heads.

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TRAIL MAPS

The trail is used to commute between the two cities, as well as for exercise, to socialize and sight see. For help planning your trip check out the trail maps.

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Cranbrook to Kimberley

A Trail of two cities

Cranbrook is nestled in a broad open valley located between the Rocky Mountains to the east and the older Purcell Mountains to the west, Cranbrook is surrounded by world class scenery, recreation and wildlife.  Mild winters and warm sunny summers characterize our beautiful mountain environment.

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Welcome to Kimberley, BC, a good place to be! Our community is situated in the Kootenay Rockies, and we think we're pretty fortunate. It could be because of the scenery, or the endless activities, or simply because our people make it a good place to live, work, learn and play.

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City of Kimberley