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Bonnington Range
Parent Area: Selkirk Mountains
 
Area: 1366 sq km.   Location: The Bonnington Range is a small range of lightly treed summits SW of Nelson, BC. Terrain: The Bonnington Range is Nelson's backyard and is heavily used by recreationalists of all types. Peaks are generally low, few exceed 2,300 metres and generally have lightly treed summits. The most interesting peaks for hiking and ski touring form a horseshoe around the headwaters of Erie Creek. History: The original inhabitants of the West Kootenays were the Kootenai (water people) Indians...more

Top Trips
Copper Mountain from Upper Rover Sandra McGuinness
Kootenays Road Trip and Three Alpine Meadow Trips Robin Tivy
Bonnington Traverse - Copper Mountain to Barrett Lake Sandra McGuinness
All Around Mount Connor Sandra McGuinness
Bonnington Traverse - Trip Report Robin Tivy
Touring Around The Huckleberry Hut Sandra McGuinness
Bonnington Traverse - Route Description Sandra McGuinness
Escape From the Bonnington Range Sandra McGuinness
Cruising the Corn on Commonwealth Sandra McGuinness
Crawling up Craigtown Peak Sandra McGuinness
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Top Photos
Skiers on the Bonnington Traverse, East Spur Siwash Mountain Sandra McGuinness
View from Stott Peak: Mount Kelly and Two Fire Lookouts Sandra McGuinness
Commonwealth Mountain from the South Sandra McGuinness
Travels through My Own Backyard: Dominion Mountain Sandra McGuinness
Aaron Hill from the East Sandra McGuinness
Dominion Mountain and Barrett Lake Sandra McGuinness
Toad Mountain Sandra McGuinness
Copper Mountain From Red Mountain Sandra McGuinness
Mount Siwash from Copper Mountain Sandra McGuinness
Copper Mountain Alex Joseph
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