House in mountain town

ID #684

Fernie, British Columbia, Canada Mountain No House
4 3 2
New Zealand
Home Exchange, Short-term Exchange (2-5 days), Open to offers, Mid-term Exchange (2-4 weeks)

We live in a new three bedroom, two bathroom modular bungalow in town but next to forest property. Our back deck and our dining area have a beautiful view of the mountains. One bedroom is used as an office/sewing room, one has a king-size bed, and the third has a double futon.

Air conditioning, Balcony, Barbecue, Dishwasher, Internet access, Microwave, Parking, Television, Use of bicycle, Washing machine
No Smoking
Sorry no pets
Children welcome
Car swap by arrangement
Cranbrook Calgary

Fernie is a town of about 5500 in summer and 8000 in winter. It is supported by tourism, mining, and logging. There are many restaurants, an aquatics centre, an arts centre, and a movie theater. Shopping includes many sporting goods stores and gift shops as well as two supermarkets. The town is built along the Elk River.

Fernie is a small mountain town located 5 minutes from Fernie Alpine Resort for excellent powder skiing and other winter sports. Summer activities include golfing, fly fishing, mountain biking and hiking. It is a 45 minute drive south to the Montana border or east to Crowsnest Pass.

The map marker is a general indicator of the local area only.
Fishing, Golf, Historical Sites, Sightseeing, Skiing, Tennis, Walking

Fernie Golf Club, 3km The Fernie golf course is very scenic and relatively flat, so easy to walk. Within driving distance there are St. Eugene's Mission, Trickle Creek, and Kimberly courses in BC. There are also courses in Whitefish, Columbia Falls, and Kalispell in Montana. Green Fees range from $40. to $90.

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We are retired teachers in our early sixties. We recently moved to Fernie from Alberta where we lived for 35 years. We grew up and went to school in Ontario. Ted loves to golf and plays hockey in the winter. Linda is a quilter. We are hoping to exchange with skiers in our winter for a warmer climate.