Trail

Tue, 06/20/2017 - 09:50

Named after the Dewdney Trail which passed through the area, Trail was incorporated on June 14, 1901. The Columbia River flows through the heart of the city, and has shaped its story over time – from mining to sternwheelers, power supply to recreation. With significant civic pride, the City of Trail proudly displays “The Home of the Champions” monument in recognition of local individuals and groups who have excelled in their chosen field of endeavor. The Teck Lead-Zinc Smelter complex has grown to become the largest lead and zinc smelter in the world, and those interested in learning more about the smelting process can visit the Teck Interpretive Centre. Residents and tourists will find an abundance of amenities in this small friendly town, including four-season, first-class recreational facilities. See www.trail.ca.

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