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The '''East Kootenays''' are in [[British Columbia]] [[Canada]].
 
The '''East Kootenays''' are in [[British Columbia]] [[Canada]].
  
==Cities==
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==Cities and Towns==
*[[Fernie]]
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*[[Cranbrook]]
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*[[Fernie]]renowned for great skiing and close enough to [[Calgary]] to be a weekend destination.
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*[[Cranbrook]] - anchoring the south end of the East Kootenays and the largest city in this region with all the facilities travelers could need.
 
*[[Invermere]]
 
*[[Invermere]]
 
*[[Sparwood]]
 
*[[Sparwood]]
*[[Kimberley (British Columbia) | Kimberley]]
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*[[Kimberley (British Columbia) | Kimberley]] - the Barvarian-styled town just north of [[Cranbrook]], a former mining town and excellent ski destination.
  
 
==Other destinations==
 
==Other destinations==

Revision as of 11:33, 12 September 2009

The East Kootenays are in British Columbia Canada.

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  • Fernierenowned for great skiing and close enough to Calgary to be a weekend destination.
  • Cranbrook - anchoring the south end of the East Kootenays and the largest city in this region with all the facilities travelers could need.
  • Invermere
  • Sparwood
  • Kimberley - the Barvarian-styled town just north of Cranbrook, a former mining town and excellent ski destination.

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