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Cody Caves Park & Tour

Cody Caves Provincial Park is located high in the Selkirk Mountains above Ainsworth Hot Springs. In the Cody Caves system, an underground stream flows for over a kilometre through ancient limestone.

Cody Caves Provincial Park can be reached by following a rugged forest road that leaves Highway 31, 4 km north of Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort. The park is located 10.7 km up the forest service road and is accessible from May-Long weekend through to late October for two-wheeled vehicles with moderate clearance. This park has a day-use parking lot, a small shelter and pit toilets.

The cave entrance is located up a steep 880 metre trail through the park. In addition, there is an extended 1.3 km interpretive loop trail along the scenic Krao Creek, which connects the surface karst features to the cave beneath your feet.

Interpretive signs describe the forest ecology and karst development. This enhanced feature in the park was made possible by the time and efforts of generous volunteers including John Pollack, Friends of West Kootenay Parks and Cody Cave Tours. This entire trail is a total of 2.5 km.


Visitors may tour underground with a professional interpreter to view a spectacular array of formations such as stalactites, soda straws, waterfalls, and flowstone. The underground experience is available by guided tour only and 3 levels of tour are available7 days a week.

Adventure Tour – 7 hours in total
Explorer Tour – 5 hours in total
Family Tour – 2 hours in total

Full details can be found on the website, including prices and age restrictions.
Reservations required.

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Off Hwy 31



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