Surrounded by Nature

Surrounded by Nature

Surrounded by Nature

Surrounded by Nature

The Heart of the Kootenays

Nestled between the Purcell and Rocky Mountains, Cranbrook is British Columbia’s natural playground, offering more year-round hours of sunshine than anywhere else in the province. With a population of just over 21,000 people, Cranbrook offers a small town feel with all the urban and lifestyle amenities that you need. With a huge variety of outdoor sports and recreational opportunities close by, a thriving arts and entertainment scene, and excellent healthcare and educational facilities, Cranbrook is a prime tourism destination, the central hub of the Kootenays, and the perfect place to put down roots in the Kootenays.
Man riding a bike outdoors


Thrive on four seasons of play. Enjoy exclusive access to over 17 kilometers of nature trails and river adventures right at your doorstep. Or venture off to golf at any of the eight nearby executive courses, including the coveted links of St. Eugene and Shadow Mountain, or at one of the seven alpine ski resorts along the Champagne Powder Highway, all within a two-hour drive.


With easy proximity to River Valley Estates, Cranbrook offers all the facilities you’d expect in an urban centre. Amenities include the Canadian Rockies International Airport, the Cranbrook campus of the College of the Rockies, and comprehensive medical services at the nearby East Kootenay Regional Hospital.
Woman in an art studio


Get inspired by Cranbrook’s blossoming arts scene. Catch a live performance at the Key City Theatre, check out the latest release at Landmark Cinema, browse local galleries and artisanal shops, or take in a night of entertainment and live music at St. Eugene Casino, all within a short 20 minute drive.
Young family out shopping


Cranbrook’s city centre provides access to big city convenience alongside Main Street charm and local boutiques. Browse the rich character of Baker Street’s locally owned bakeries, quaint restaurants, and unique shops nestled between historic monuments, or fill up on staples at big box convenience stores from Winners to Canadian Tire.