Elk Rim Trail Opens

The trail is a 20 kilometer, 400 meters elevation gain/loss loop to the confluence of the Elk River and Kootenay and follows part of the historic Old Fort Steele Trail.

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Ktunaxa People

For more than 10,000 years, the Ktunaxa people, also known as the Kootenai or Kootenay, have occupied their homeland that spans what is now known as southeastern British Columbia, Southwestern Alberta, and parts of Washington, Idaho and Western Montana.

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Ktunaxa Creation

In ancestral times referred to by the Ktunaxa as the animal world, there were references made many times by the Creator to when there will be ʔaqⱡmaknik̓ (people).

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