80 acres bordering Crown land. Recently logged in 2019. Beautiful building sites with 180° views of the valley. High producing well with new pump. Multiple springs on property. Mobile home in good shape with redone electrical system.
80 acres bordering Crown land on two sides. This property was recently logged in 2019. Beautiful building sites with 180° views of the valley. The well (22818) has lots of water and a new pump, plus multiple springs on the property. The mobile home is in good shape and the electrical has been completely updated and professionally certified with a new silver decal. Located in a quiet spot halfway between Golden and Radium Hot Springs so you can choose in which town you want to shop and play.
The town of Spillimacheen is a lovely surprise as you travel north of Radium Hot Springs on Highway 95. Just waiting to be discovered, this charming little gem is nestled between the Rocky Mountains and the Purcells, amid tall stands of Douglas fir and lodgepole pine and dotted with groves of delicate aspen.
This area is also excellent for fishing and hunting. The property is home to wild turkeys, deer, elk, bears and backs onto Crown land for easy access to thousands of acres.
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S ½ NE ¼ Highway 95 - Golden, BC
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Golden is a town in southeastern British Columbia located 262 kilometres (163 mi) west of Calgary, Alberta and 713 kilometres (443 mi) east of Vancouver.
Sitting in the Canadian Rockies, Golden BC is surrounded by six of Canada’s most stunning national parks; Yoho, Glacier, Banff, Jasper, Kootenay and Mount Revelstoke. Use Golden as your base from which to experience the spectacular scenery, iconic hiking trails, waterfalls, lakes and heritage sites of the national parks.
Much of the town's history is tied into the Canadian Pacific Railway and the logging industry. Today, the town's economy still relies heavily on those two influences, but the development of Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, along with other outdoor adventure companies, has allowed the town to diversify into tourism. Mount 7, which is just southeast of town, is popular with paragliding, hang gliding and mountain biking enthusiasts. The town forms part of the Golden Triangle cycle route.
Kicking Horse Pedestrian Bridge is the longest freestanding timber frame bridge in Canada. Planned as a community project by the Timber Framers Guild, volunteers from Golden were joined by carpenters and timber framers from the United States and from Europe. The bridge structure is 46 m (150 feet) long, with a 210,000-pound Burr arch structure. The bridge was completed in September 2001.
Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
51° 0'12.68"N and 116°28'23.10"W
Water - spring.
THE SOUTH 1/2 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 32 TOWNSHIP 23 RANGE 18 WEST OF THE 5TH MERIDIAN KOOTENAY DISTRICT
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