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The Kootenays region of British Columbia winds its way through the Monashee Mountains and Selkirk Mountains between Grand Forks and Creston, Slocan Valley and Upper Arrow Lake. A Kootenays vacation rental is an excellent choice if you're looking for a vacation destination in British Columbia to rent a cottage, vacation home or cabin - You will not be disappointed.If you’re planning to rent a vacation property during the summer months in the Kootenays there are many activities that you can participate including, kayaking, swimming, canoeing, biking, nature watching, golfing or you can head to the spa. Renting a cottage in the Kootenays Region will give you excellent access to this region’s activities and can be in close proximity to many outdoor adventures. No matter how you plan on spending your vacation, it will be nice to return to your rental accommodation for some relaxation at the end of a busy day.Some of the most popular destinations to rent a vacation home in the Kootenays include: Golden, Invermere, Windermere and Nelson to name a few. We have many vacation rental accommodations in each of these areas to choose from. Please browse through our vast selection of Kootenays cottages and cabin rentals to find the perfect accommodation for you and your family.
From the Rockies in the east to the Purcell Mountains in the west, the Kootenays are set amongst snow-capped mountains, forested meadows, large inland lakes, and wild rivers and creeks. Cabin rentals can be found scattered throughout this idyllic destination. Home to four of the British Columbia’s seven national parks—including Glacier, Kootenay, Mount Revelstoke, and Yoho—the Kootenays are a four-season outdoor recreation hot spot. In the summer, popular activities include hiking, biking, fishing, and golfing; lake sports, like swimming, boating, canoeing, kayaking, wakeboarding, water skiing, windsurfing, white water rafting, are also common. In the winter, the Kootenays, close to seven major ski resorts, offer some of the continent’s finest cross-country and downhill skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. The region also teems with wildlife, making it a good place to catch a glimpse of bighorn sheep, cougars, coyotes, elk, grizzlies, moose, mule deer, and eagles. From Fernie to Golden to Kimberley, the Kootenays are full of thriving arts communities and heritage towns, where it is possible to feast on fresh produce, game meats, craft beers, and locally roasted coffees. Be sure to check out the Hills Garlic Festival, an annual event held in celebration of the pungent bulb, featuring over 160 vendors—and garlic poem contests! With natural, outdoor, and cultural attractions abound, Kootenays vacation rentals offer a myriad of choice for couples, groups of friends, and families.