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Construction is underway on a $10-million trades-training facility at College of the Rockies’ main campus in Cranbrook.

Canadian Rockies International Airport connects snow seekers to B.C.’s Powder Highway

The Cranbrook-Kimberley Development Zone recently played host to The Weather Network’s Mia Gordon. Reporting from the Canadian Rockies International Airport and nearby Kimberley Alpine Resort, she discovered why our region is a prime locale for winter enthusiasts.

The Cranbrook-Kimberley Development Zone is, in fact, a year-round playground. When the snow melts, the focus of both residents and visitors to the region turns to activities like hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, golfing and watersports. What’s more, these activities can all be enjoyed within minutes of landing at the Canadian Rockies International Airport.

Visit our Tourism section or contact CKDI to learn more.