Regional District: Kootenay Boundary
Trail is located on the Columbia River between the Monashee and Selkirk Mountains in the beautiful West Kootenay region of southern BC.
Our active, affordable, safe and volunteer-oriented community boasts four-season recreation and wilderness opportunities that support an enviable quality of life, making it an ideal place to call home.
We offer every kind of sport or recreation for all ages and have a vibrant arts culture. Our citizens maintain a strong connection to their heritage and businesses and service clubs display a strong environmental ethic. Our schools are first rate and our regional hospital has the largest number of specialists and services in the BC Interior beyond Kelowna. The Columbia River provides an abundance of clear, clean water and our mountains provide a myriad of recreation.
Benefits of doing business in Trail:
• Low municipal tax rates, development tax exemption bylaws and land tax incentives.
• Commercial and residential real estate prices significantly below BC average.
• Close proximity to trading areas and US border, robust transportation infrastructure including access to highways, rail and airports.
• High performing public, independent and post secondary institutions.
• Secure employment and tourism sectors.
• Diverse and affluent population.
Please make yourself at home in our City and Explore Your Trail. You will see we are very unique with a culture and ambiance all our own.
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843 Rossland Ave, Trail, BC, V1R 4S8
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