Abundant nature, recreation on offer at CastleRock in Invermere.

Michael Bernard, Vancouver Sun

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To the average Vancouverite, the town of Invermere may conjure scenes of waist-deep powder skiing on nearby Panorama Mountain, but many Albertans have long known that the Columbia Valley community offers much more than a winter paradise.

For decades, Albertans — especially people from Calgary just a three-hour drive away — have made Invermere their year-round playground. They’re well aware that the little town of 3,300 nestled between the Purcell and Rocky Mountain ranges, is on “the warm side” of the Rockies. Temperatures average around minus 10 degrees in January,  balmy by Calgary standards, to about 15 degrees in July and August.

Read the full article online at vancouversun.com.

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