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The Queen City
Surrounded by breathtaking mountain views and the pristine West Arm of Kootenay Lake, Nelson offers a dynamic arts and culture scene, delicious local cuisine, and a welcoming atmosphere for people of all ages.

Nelson boasts a strong economy with diverse job opportunities, including a thriving tourism and outdoors industry, making it an ideal location for those seeking a balanced lifestyle. With a wide range of real estate options available, from historic heritage homes to modern condos, Nelson is the perfect place to call home for anyone looking for a beautiful and peaceful living experience.
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Skiing Powerder at Whitewater Ski Hill in Nelson
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World Class Skiing
Nelson is a hub for skiing culture, with a vibrant community of ski enthusiasts and professionals.

Whitewater Ski Resort, located just outside of town, offers world-class skiing and snowboarding with an average of 12 meters of annual snowfall, making it a must-visit destination for any winter sports lover.
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Food & Drink
Charming Downtown
with 5-star Dining
For a small town, Nelson's downtown is a lively area with numerous heritage buildings, many of which have been beautifully preserved.

The downtown area also offers a diverse range of dining options, from cozy cafes and bistros to upscale restaurants and pubs, making it a great destination for foodies.
Baker Street Downtown Nelson BC
Kayaking Kootenay Lake Nelson BC
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Lake Life
Enjoy the ultimate summertime lake life on Kootenay Lake, where you can indulge in a variety of water sports such as boating, kayaking, paddleboarding, and fishing.

With its serene and tranquil setting, Lakeside Park beach is the perfect spot to soak up the sun and relax by the water if you're looking for a spot to cool off in the summer months.
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Where to live in Nelson BC


Downtown is best characterized by bustling Baker Street with its heritage buildings and mix of tourists and locals, and crammed with boutique shops and famous coffee houses.


Uphill is the area south of Baker Street, up the mountainside. Quick access to downtown and characterful heritage homes make this a popular choice for those who don’t mind the somewhat steeper roads in places.

Mountain Station

Mountain Station is further up again than Uphill, nestled up against (and amongst) the trees of the mountain, and providing quick access to the walk- and bike-friendly rail trail.


Rosemont is to the southwest of downtown, over the highway. For anyone connected with Selkirk College, or desiring other perks such as the golf course and the best-in-class outdoor skate park, this area has much to offer.


Fairview is to the east of Nelson, on a more gradual mountain slope, and near to the famous Big Orange Bridge (BOB, which is surprisingly pink in places). Old grand homes are in this desirable area, as well as easy access to the high school and the popular Lakeside park and beach.

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