The Escape Kit
• A One-Night Stay for Two in a Studio or One-Bedroom Suite ($109)
• Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two in a Studio or One-Bedroom Suite ($218)
• Late 1 p.m. Checkout
• Combine Vouchers to Stay Up to Four Nights
A little piece of Bavaria in British Columbia's Kootenay Rockies, the restored 1890s town of Kimberley charms with pedestrian-only walkways and Alpine architecture, verdant parks and gardens, and cute restaurants and cafes. But at an elevation of 3,670 feet, it's also one of the highest cities in the country, granting visitors and its 6,700 year-round residents access to mountains of outdoor recreation. Skiing dominates wintertime diversions, while summer is abuzz with hikers, bikers, golfers, and fishermen. Even culture vultures will find something to love, as the City of Festivals, as Kimberley is known, is alive with theater, music, and art throughout the year.
Just five minutes from the town center, Trickle Creek Lodge boasts not only a prime location at the base of Kimberley Alpine Resort—with ski-in/ski-out access—but also the charming accoutrements you'd expect from a Bavarian enclave in the mountains, with plenty of lodgepole pine and stone touches throughout.
Situated right next to Trickle Creek Golf Resort, the lodge features two hot tubs and a year-round outdoor pool, a fitness facility, and a barbecue area. It's also home to two restaurants. A full-service eatery with indoor/outdoor seating, Montana's Cookhouse serves up a huge menu of international food and beer, while the casual Slopeside Market & Deli offers breakfast (and in winter, lunch), plus grab-and-go bites.
Each of 80 deluxe suites comes with a fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen, a balcony, and complimentary wireless Internet. Studio rooms are equipped with a king-size bed and a pullout couch, while one-bedroom units feature separate sleeping and living areas.
• Hit the links at Trickle Creek Golf Resort
• Go hiking or biking in Kimberley Nature Park
• Explore the Bavarian side of Kimberley at The Platzl & Cuckoo Clock
• Learn about the pioneer days at Fort Steele Heritage Town
PAID AND PROMOTIONAL VALUES EXPIRES ON December 15, 2013
Trickle Creek Lodge
A Lodge in the Rockies of Bavarian British Columbia