Family Adventures


Nordic Skiing

There are multiple locations where you can partake in Nordic Skiing within Kimberley.  In particular, the Kimberley Nordic Network is a first class

 facility consisting of a variety of snowcat-groomed trails ranging from beginner to advanced difficulty.

Click here for the Kimberley Nordic Network website, complete with trail maps and general information, including night time Nordic skiing.


With a large variety of trails within the city limits, snowshoeing is a great way to check out the stunning scenery at your own pace.  Popular locations include Bootleg Gap Golf Course, Trickle Creek Golf Course and the Kimberley Nordic Network. 

Check out Rocky’s Ride and Glide, located in the Platzl, for information on snow shoe hire and rates. 

Winter Hiking

Kimberley has an abundance of hiking and biking trails, ranging from basic trails through to extremely challenging.  

  • The Lois Creek Trails

The Lois Creek Trails are located behind the Townsite subdivision of Kimberley.  They are a mix of beginner and intermediate trails, nestled amongst the forest, rocks and Lois Creek.

For a map of the Lois Creek Trails, click here.

  • The Kimberley Nature Park

The Kimberley Nature Park is located entirely within the city limits. It spans over 800hectares, and is one of the largest municipal parks in Canada, and has a diverse range of trail difficulties. 

Find out more about the Kimberley Nature Park here.



Kimberley has its very own curling club, located in the heart of downtown! It contains 6 sheets of ice, a lobby area and a canteen, providing fun and affordable winter entertainment for all ages.

For information on leagues and stopping by, check out their website here.

Kimberley Aquatic Centre

The Aquatic Centre features the 25-metre  lap pool,  a competition diving board, a leisure pool with fun water features and a Lazy River. Other exciting features are the hot tub, teacup, and steam room.

Spirit Rock Climbing Centre

An exciting new addition to the Platzl is the Spirit Rock Climbing Centre.  The centre has more than 5,000 square feet of roped climbing reaching heights of 48 feet, as well as a 16 foot high “top out” bouldering area.  It is suitable for all ages and abilities.


There are a variety of skating rinks and frozen lakes in and around Kimberley, BC.