Regional District: Fraser-Fort George
The Village of Valemount is nestled between the Rocky Mountains, the Monashee Mountains and the Cariboo Mountains, at the foot of Canoe Mountain. It is the home of Mount Robson, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, and at the watershed of the Fraser and Columbia basins. This is real mountain country with natural beauty, quiet solitude, and clean mountain air. Valemount offers some amazing snowmobiling and heli-skiing in winter; hiking, camping, and trail riding in summer. Valemount is a rural community of approximately 1,065 residents on an area of 399 hectares or 4 km². Valemount is also the commercial centre for another 700 people who live in the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George, from Albreda to Small River. Today Valemount’s economy is based on logging and a rapidly growing tourism industry with more than 500 hotel rooms ready for visitors who appreciate the wide variety of outdoor adventures this Rocky Mountain destination has to offer.
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894 1st Ave, McBride, BC, V0J2E0
Building for Sale or Lease on 1 acre in the Village of McBride, zoned Light Industrial - $200,000. Sawmill equipment negotiable....
Lot B Beavan Cres, Valemount, BC
Large Commercial Lot! Over 1.59 acres lot located at the end of busy 5th Ave in Valemount BC with additional frontage on Beavan Crescent. Zoned C-3 Service Commercial giving loads of opportunity for a new business venture. Owners may consider leasing the property. Call for more details!...
1155 5 Ave, Valemount, BC, V0E
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