Foodie Activities Itinerary
A FOODIE’S GUIDE TO THE COLUMBIA VALLEY
Arrowhead Brewery began in 2011 with a dream of bringing a passion for craft beer into the Columbia Valley. They offer six permanent beers and three to five seasonal choices. The 1950s style taproom is fully stocked with alcoholic and non-alcoholic options, kids are welcome as long as they are closely attended by an adult. The taproom even features some options for snacking.
You may recognize Kicking Horse Coffee because of its country-wide distribution, but did you know it all began here in Invermere? Get your caffeine fix at the Kicking Horse Coffee Café, they have tastings, hot and cold drinks, and baked goods.
Taynton Bay Spirits is based on the philosophy of keeping it simple, they call it as they see it. They strive to be as Canadian as it gets, their spirits are crafted with a view of the Rocky Mountains. Their goal is to bring back classic cocktails with bitters. The tasting room is open Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm, stop on in and try these classics out for yourself.
Konig Meat & Sausage Co offers a wide variety of flavours in fresh, cooked and dried forms. They offer cut and wrap services for local farmers and small livestock producers. Their products can be found at a variety of locations within the Columbia Valley including Toby Creek Adventures and the Old Salzburg here in Radium.
There’s nothing quite like dinner and a view, and we have the perfect place at Elevations Dining on the Springs Course. Enjoy a delicious meal with an incredible view of the Columbia River, wetlands and the Purcell Mountains.
An absolute must is the Old Salzburg restaurant, with its authentic Austrian food and amazing views. Call ahead and ask for a table by the window and you will not be disappointed. If it’s nice outside consider getting a seat on the patio and just enjoy the mountain air.
Everyone needs food and there’s sure to be food fit to everyone’s taste here in the Columbia Valley. Be prepared to treat yourself, you’re on vacation!