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Columbia Valley Golf Trail

The Columbia Valley Golf Trail is the group of 8 golf courses between Radium Hot Springs and Fairmont Hot Springs in British Columbia, Canada. Our eight spectacular courses offer unique golf experiences – from charming to world class. Between the courses you will discover warm water lakes, beautiful beaches, hot springs, adventure and… a great golf vacation!

Courses Along the Trail

At the north end of the trail, located in the Radium Hot Springs are the The Springs Course  and the The Radium Course.  Drive south through the valley towards Invermere-on-the-Lake for about 15 minutes  to get to Eagle RanchCopper Point, and The Ridge at Copper Point.  To get to Windermere Valley head south of Invermere towards Windermere for about 5 minutes.  At the south end of the trail, and about  15 minutes from Windermere, you’ll find Riverside and Mountainside located in the quaint village of Fairmont Hot Springs.

See you in 2021!

The courses along the Trail are closed for the 2020 season.
Springs Course
The Springs has earned it’s reputation as one of Canada’s top golf destinations, come experience the breathtaking scenery and exceptional service.
Radium Course
The incredible setting and natural beauty of The Radium Course have made it a Columbia Valley favourite since 1957.
Fairmont Riverside
'A river runs through it' truly describes this spectacular course located near the headwaters of the mighty Columbia River.
Fairmont Mountainside
Mountainside will test your golfing skills. Enjoy the challenge of ‘The Fairmonster’ – the 600-yard fourth hole.
Windermere Valley Golf Course
Windermere Valley Golf Course exudes those rare elements of total relaxation and unpretentious golf in a first-rate setting.
Eagle Ranch Golf Course
Voted "Best Conditioned Course in B.C." by SCORE Golf Magazine, and rated four and a half stars by Golf Digest.
The Point at Copper Point
Carved from the natural beauty of the land, Copper Point follows the rise and fall of the Kootenay Rockies.

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