Kimberley is a small city in southeast British Columbia, Canada along Highway 95A between the Purcell and Rocky Mountains. Kimberley was named in 1896 after the Kimberley mine in South Africa. Famous for it’s Bavarian theme, Kimberley is located on Highway 95A, 32 km north of Cranbrook. Canada’s highest city offers a vacation with a firy tale feel. Scenic biking and hiking paths thread through Kimberley Nature Park. The Mark Creek Nature Trail leads to Marysville Falls, a 100′ cascade of water over rocks worn smooth. You’ll enjoy downhill skiing, golfing, an alpine slide, amusement park, mini-golf, indoor tennis and racquetball courts, bumper boats and go-carts.
Elevation: 3,675 feet (1,120 m)
Area: 22.51 sq miles (58.31 km²)
Weather: 54°F (12°C), Wind W at 7 mph (11 km/h), 62% Humidity
Local time: Monday 10:01 AM MT
Province: British Columbia