Use Golden as your base from which to experience the spectacular scenery, iconic hiking trails, waterfalls, lakes and heritage sites of the national parks. Visit Yoho National Park, known as a hiker’s paradise and home to the stunning turquoise waters of Emerald Lake, the impressive waterfalls of Takakkaw and Wapta. Witness railway history at the Spiral Tunnels. Head west to Glacier National Park to discover some of Canada’s unique mountain heritage and spectacular natural beauty from park hiking trails, day use areas and Rogers Pass Discovery Centre.
Located right at the base of Mount 7 is a world-class destination and part of the iconic Canadian Rockies, popular for paragliding, mountain biking, dirt biking and hiking. The Mount Shadow mountain biking trails is just minutes away. The suite also overlooks the stunning Purcell Mountain Ranges that includes Dogtooth mountain, Kicking Horse terrains and the Columbia River, Reflection Lake nearby also provides excellent viewing of a diversity of waterfowl. A short 3-4min drive to Golden town.
Enjoy the majestic mountain views from your doorstep. Wake up to the birds chirping in the morning, surrounded with lush nature greenery and overlooking the emerald green slow moving Columbia River as you sip your coffee to start the day. Slow down and breathe in the mountain fresh air. Or get ready for some exciting adventure. There's something for everyone. Your ultimate mountain getaway.
Golden is home to Kicking Horse Mountain Resort where you can experience world-class skiing in the winter and epic mountain biking in the summer.
During the winter months you can experience the ultimate ski vacation with ridiculously long downhill runs, and the option to heli-ski, Kicking Horse is a place where the stories are almost too tall to believe.
With the fourth-highest vertical drop in North America, the raw ruggedness of the mountain, champagne powder capital and the sheer beauty of our pristine scenery set Kicking Horse apart as one of the most exceptional ski resorts in British Columbia, hands down.