Fernie is an ideal summer location with an incredible breadth of mountain activities. Come see why it is favoured by many over the mountain parks.
There is also world class fly fishing for cutthroat trout in the elk and wigwam rivers. Walk and wade or drift boats – its all here. There are also 110 rides of mountain biking in six different areas, and even 40km of trails kept open all fall/winter/spring – try fat tire biking on snow (rentals available).
You can also do incredible hikes around the resort or island lake, go cliff jumping, skeet shooting, whitewater rafting, kayaking, stand up paddle (SUP) boarding, ziplining, waterskiing or even take a beach day. The possibilities are endless. Let us make it happen for you at The Timbers.
And then there were four…Fernie is now a golf destination!
With 360 degree mountain views, wildlife sightings, and great prices, Fernie Golf and Country club is a fantastic experience.
Elevate your tour with a round at Crowsnest Pass Golf Club – reimagined and reopened in 2020. To quote a guest: “It now ticks all the boxes of any marquis mountain course at half the price!” It’s an easy add to an inbound or outbound leg of a road trip, 45 minutes east of Fernie.
When the border opens, golf Montana’s best kept secret – the Sir Nick Faldo designed and #1 ranked Wilderness Club. It’s located 45 minutes away near the quaint town of Eureka. A typical day outing adds a round at Indian Springs Ranch. Enjoy a links style course set at the foot of Glacier National Park.
Plan your golf getaway today at www.golffernie.com, www.crowsnestpassgolf.com,www.wildernessclubmontana.com and www.IndianSpringsMontana.com.
Fernie is an internationally renowned destination for sports fishing. With walk-and-wade river fishing, fly fishing, stillwater lake fishing or ice fishing. Fernie will offer you an unforgettable fishing experience. Guided tours are available. Learn more at www.elkriver.ca and www.fernieflyfishing.com
From kid-friendly rides circling town to the black diamond extremes of resort downhill riding, Fernie boasts six biking areas. Two areas, Fernie Alpine Resort & Bike Park and Mount Fernie/Mt Fernie Provincial Park, are right out The Timber’s front door.
From The Timbers you can explore single tracks all the way to Island Lake Lodge, an idyllic spot to grab lunch and a beer.
Take a short drive and hit the Community/Town Trails, Mount Proctor, Ridgemount, or Castle Mountain & Morrisey trails. In total there are 110 named rides!
If you just want to hone your skills, you can hit the terrain park in town. Ride descriptions can be found on www.crankfernie.com.
Fernie is a great place to play on the waters of the Raging Elk Canyon, a 16km stretch of water from Elko to Lake Koocanusa. You can enjoy it with rafting or kayaking trips in Class II, III and IV whitewater. The season runs from the adventurous waters of May & June through to the warmer, family-friendly waters of August & September. Learn stand up paddleboarding (SUP) on lakewater, and then SUP, or float trip, down the upper Elk River right through town. Early season trips may also use the Bull River (kayaking). Learn more at www.raftfernie.com and canyonraft.com
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