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Posted: January 5, 2020

2019 in the East Kootenay

Mark Creek, Kimberley/September.

Who is going to miss 2019?

That’s right; all eyes forward and no looking back – except for this brief photographic presentation showcasing some of our favourite images of the year, captured from throughout the East Kootenay.

We’re looking forward to getting out and about into more areas of the region in 2020!

The following images were culled from our four seasonal features published throughout the year.

In rough order of appearance, images are of: ?akisqnuk; Cranbrook; Radium Hot Springs; Brisco; Bugaboos Provincial Park; Bummer Flats; Coal Creek; Cokato; Columbia Valley; Delphine Creek/canyon; Dogleg Lake; Edgewater; Elk Lakes Provincial Park Road; Elk River/Morrissey; Elkford; Elko; Englishmen Creek/Lake Koocanusa; Fairmont Hot Springs; Fernie; Fisherville; Fort Steele Historical Town; Gold Creek; Grave Prairie; Panorama; Horseshoe Lake; Idlewild Lake/Park; Invermere; Jaffray; Jumbo Valley/Creek; Kimberley; Kootenay National Park; Koocanusa; Kootenay Pass; Kootenay River/Tata Creek; Lake Lillian; LD Ranch and Mission roads/?aqam; Newgate; Mayook; Picture Valley; Redstreak/Radium; Rosen Lake; South Star; Sparwood; Spillimacheen; The Steeples; Toby Creek drainage; Wardner; Wilmer; Wycliffe.

Lead image: Idle summertime in Idlewild Park, Cranbrook. Note the lack of forest fire smoke in the air! A treat aspect of 2019 was the off year for fires.

Photos by Ian Cobb and Carrie Schafer/e-KNOW

Winter in the East Kootenay 2019

Spring in the East Kootenay 2019

Summer in the East Kootenay 2019

Autumn in the East Kootenay 2019

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