Activities in Invermere, BC
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ION² Progression Suspension
Ion² Progression Suspension isn’t your average bike shop. In fact, it’s not really a bike shop at all. Founders Jon Welsh and Mylene Lefebvre have carved out a service-based niche of their own by focusing solely on the repair and maintenance of motorsport and mountain bike suspensions. Ion² Progression Suspension has built a boardwalk to meet demand XC, across Canada that is.
|Website||ION² Progression Suspension →|
|Address||1A - 1005 7th Avenue, Invermere, BC V0A1K0 (PO Box 2204)|
Lakeside Bike Co.
|Website||Lakeside Bike Co. →|
|Address||#3 - 1005 7th Avenue, Invermere, BC|
Panorama Mountain Centre for Adventure
An extension of Panorama Mountain Resort catering to the valley guest with a selection of apparel, accessories, Panorama branded merchandise and your Invermere stop for lift tickets and resort information.
|Website||Panorama Mountain Centre for Adventure →|
|Address||1201 7th Ave, Invermere, BC V0A 1K0|
Columbia River Paddle / Columbia River Cafe
We are your outdoor adventure centre for self-guided canoe and kayak and interpretive tours in the Columbia Valley. We also provide a shuttle service to destinations within the Columbia Valley to get you on the river and back again.
Columbia River Outfitters specializes in canoeing, kayaking and SUP rentals with a relaxed, easy paced approach in the spectacular setting of the Columbia River Valley.
|Website||Columbia River Paddle / Columbia River Cafe →|
|Address||Athalmere Boat Launch, Box 564 Invermere, B.C.|
Playwest Mountain Experience
Playwest Mountain Experience is a professional guiding company. Their aim is to take guests away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerse them into the incredible local hiking trails surrounding Invermere. Their guides are Invermere residents and are well versed in the local flora & fauna as well as the history of the region. They will inspire and educate guests in a fun and safe environment, learning about the surroundings through storytelling and the odd bad joke.
All of their guides are members of several professional associations, the most notable being the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides (ACMG). The ACMG has set the standard for professional guiding in Canada for over 50 years. As a minimum standard, all of the Playwest Mountain Experience guides are certified members of the ACMG.
|Website||Playwest Mountain Experience →|
Trails and Walking
Check out the Old coach trial and walking trails through Invermere. Visit Columbia Valley Greenways.
Valley Trail at Panorama Mountian Resort and Ride the Mile one quad for higher alpine mountain trial experience
|Website||Trails and Walking →|
Invermere Farmers & Artists Market
The Invermere Farmers and Artists Market is located Downtown Invermere in the Lakeview Parking area. The Invermere Farmers Market runs every Saturday from June 13th through Sept 19th 2020 from 9am-1pm.
The Invermere Farmers and Artists Market is a partnership between the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 71 Windermere District and the District of Invermere.
Make it, Bake it, Grow it, Raise it!
|Phone||1 (250) 688-0641|
|Website||Invermere Farmers & Artists Market →|
|Hours||Starting June 9:00am-1:00pm.|
Mt Nelson Bike and Skateboard Park
Located beside J A Laird School and David Thompson Secondary an exceptional location and facility
|Website||Mt Nelson Bike and Skateboard Park →|
|Address||1500 14th St, Invermere, BC|
The East Kootenays is world renowned for its trout fishing and majestic scenery. Wild populations of westslope cutthroat trout, rainbow, brook, and mountain bull trout are found in our mountain lakes, rivers, and streams. Mountain whitefish, kokanee salmon, and bass are also resident species. Catch trout in solitude from a float tube on an alpine lake, walk a quiet section of a stream stalking cutthroat and bull trout from pool to pool, or bring the whole family out for a memorable fishing trip.
|Website||Kootenay Troutfitters →|
Trails – Lake Lillian Mountain Biking Trails – aka The Johnson
Discover this easily accessible riding area near Invermere, BC. Access maps and information on parking.
Columbia Valley Cycling Society
Donate to Trail Karma for CVCS
|Website||Trails – Lake Lillian Mountain Biking Trails – aka The Johnson →|
|Address||Lake Lillian, BC|
Trails – The Kloosifier
Fast, windy XC loop with a few berms and jumps to keep things interesting. Great views of Toby Canyon and the Columbia Valley. Access parking.
Columbia Valley Cycling Society;
Donate to Trail Karma for CVCS
|Website||Trails – The Kloosifier →|
|Address||Kloosifier, East Kootenay F, BC|
Elevate your adventure! Since 2003, Glacier Helicopters Ltd. has maintained the very highest levels of safety while flying throughout western Canada. With a focus on exceeding client expectations, they strive to deliver value and quality.
Operating daily flights from 9 a.m to 5 p.m, rides start at $75 per person and are available on 30, 42 and 60-minute tours for an additional $125 per person.
|Business Name||Glacier Helicopters Ltd.|
|Website||Glacier Helicopters →|
|Address||544 Kinbasket Trail, Invermere, BC, V0A 1K2|
Parasailing / Hang Gliding
Flying Max offers tandem flights with ski’s from Panorama Mountain Resort, Ultralight Discovery Flights over Lake Windermere, and Fly like a bird from Mt. Swansea into the Columbia Valley
|Website||Parasailing / Hang Gliding →|
Windermere Valley Museum
|Website||Windermere Valley Museum →|
|Address||222 6th Avenue, Invermere BC|
|Hours||Open Tuesdays 10am - 4pm|
Swansea Mountain Recreation Site
Mt. Swansea has a good network of intermediate to advanced DH trails that are accessible via shuttle or by pedaling the grueling uptrack.
|Website||Swansea Mountain Recreation Site →|
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