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East Shore of Kootenay Lake, B.C. : Visitors' Attractions Printer Friendly Version

Scheduled Events
        S.S. Moyie Open House (Kaslo)   mid-may
        Kootenay Storytelling Festival (Procter)   early July
        Starbelly Jam Festival - Crawford Bay    mid-July
        Riondel Days   late July
        Museum Days at Gray Creek Hall   end July, beginning August
        Kootenay Lake Fall Fair   August
        Jazz, Etc. Festival (Kaslo)   early August

Anytime Attractions
        Gray Creek Self-guided Tour
        Forge Furnace Gallery
        Boating & Fishing
        The Glass House    vacation season
        Scuba Diving
                The Wreck of the City of Ainsworth, advises Susan Hulland of Summit Press
                        in Crawford Bay lies in 350 of cold, dark water, and is not accessible to
                        your regular scuba diver (and is protected as an Archæological Site.
                        Suggests Ms. Hulland, hours of underwater diversion can be found in Crawford
                        and Pilot bays where tons of junk from the smelter and logging opereations
                        was dumped.
                Train wreck
        The Parks of the West Kootenays
        Hunting & Back-country Hiking
        Pilot Bay Smelter Historical Site & Pilot Bay Park
        Ruins of the Blue Bell mine
        Lockhart Beach
        Crawford Bay Park
        Kianuko Park
        Wedgewood Manor Murder Mystery Weekend
        Snow mobiling, tobogganing, X-Country skiing
        Ainsworth Hot Springs spa

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