Columbia Valley Webcams
Columbia Valley webcams make checking current weather conditions easy, with webcams in Golden, Radium, Invermere, Kimberley, and Cranbrook.
From north to south, here are the useful Columbia Valley webcams.
Kicking Horse Mountain Resort near Golden has webcams all over the mountain, including at the summit.
View Kicking Horse Mountain Resort webcams
The following Invermere webcams are maintained year-round. The only one pointed along the main street of downtown is this one:
View downtown Invermere webcam
The District of Invermere operates a webcam at Kinsmen Beach on Lake Windermere.
NAV Canada operates webcams pointing north and south at Invermere Airport.
The Copper Point Golf Course webcam (golf season only) points toward the 9th green, with the mountains visible in the distance.
View Copper Point Golf Course webcam
Panorama Mountain Resort has webcams mountain at the day lodge and also at the resort’s highest point.
View Panorama Mountain Resort webcams
Fairmont Hot Springs Webcams are all operated by Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, including at the lodge, ski resort, and golf course.
View Fairmont Hot Springs Webcams
Kimberley Alpine Resort has year-round webcams at the base area and also at the top of the main quad chairlift.
View Kimberley Alpine Resort webcam
St. Eugene Mission, north of Cranbrook, has webcams pointing north of the resort entrance road and south across the golf course.
View St. Eugene Mission webcam
BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure webcams,
The British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure operates highway webcams along Highway 93/95 through the Columbia Valley. Generally, they are pointed down at the highway, so don’t give you an overall picture of local weather. One cool feature of these highway webcams is the option to “Replay the Day,” which shows a compilation of the previous day’s screenshots in a 15-second video.
View Kicking Horse Canyon highway webcam
View village of Radium Hot Springs highway webcams