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Tiny homes in Golden
Reflection Lake Tiny house WIFI SAUNA HOTTUB
Create unforgettable memories in the Canadian Rockies! Modern tiny home, surrounded by mountains Soak in the hot tub, relax in the treehouse sauna or on the spacious deck. ️ Perfectly located for adventure: 6 minutes to downtown Golden 20 minutes to Kicking Horse Easy access to Yoho, Glacier, Banff, and Bugaboo Parks Queen bed + pull-out couch Modern kitchen with everything you need to cook Full bathroom with shower High-speed WiFi Shared hot tub and treehouse sauna Private deck with BBQ
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Cabin in Golden
Wild Wood Cabins: Bear's Den (private Hot Tub)
This charming and rustic cabin is located close to the town of Golden, yet far enough out to feel like you are in the beautiful wilderness. Uniquely built from recycled projects and fallen wood from our land, Bear's Den is a cozy, small cabin, perfect for two couples or a small family. The cabin has a private hot tub next to the back deck, a wood stove, a campfire area, and all the amenities you should need for a comfortable stay.
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Chalet in Golden
Last minute opening for Christmas in cozy cabin.
Experience the rustic elegance of this handcrafted log home, Grey Owl Lodge. Take in the fantastic mountain views and breathtaking countryside. Soak in the relaxing hot tub after a day of exploring in the mountains. A magical place to spend a weekend or a week of relaxing and adventuring in the surrounding National Parks, 4 of them are less than an hours drive from the lodge. Your only regret will be that you didn't stay longer.

Stay near Golden's top sights

Golden Skybridge50 locals recommend
Kicking Horse Pedestrian Bridge23 locals recommend
The Wolf Den88 locals recommend
Island Restaurant50 locals recommend
IGA Golden37 locals recommend
Indian Kitchen33 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Golden

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Condo in Golden
SkihillOpenDec.9, Hottub,Comfybeds,KHMtn,Grtviews.
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Loft in Golden
The Loft, In town
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Apartment in Golden
Cornice Suite
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Condo in Golden
Riverside Condo w/ Golden views
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Condo in Golden
Ski in/out Kicking Horse Corner Suite - Saddle Up
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Home in Golden
Eagle's View Upper: Luxury 1 BR w Mtn View Hot Tub
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Condo in Golden
OSO Summit - Downtown Riverfront Condo
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Guest suite in Golden
New modern mountain suite, close to downtown
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Condo in Golden
Kicking Horse King Studio on the Hill - Ski-in/Out
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Condo in Golden
Mountain Vista Downtown Condo - Family Friendly
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Guesthouse in Golden
Executive Carriage House (In-Town)
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Condo in Golden
Mountain & River View | 3BR Penthouse in Golden

Your guide to Golden

All About Golden

Golden, located in southeastern British Columbia, is an ideal base camp for outdoor adventures. The city is surrounded by six national parks — including Banff, Glacier, and Yoho — as well as the Canadian Rockies and the Columbia Mountains. The Columbia River and Kicking Horse River meet right in town. From Golden, you can explore the mountains or go deep into the wild forests, spend winter days skiing and snowboarding and kayak along racing rivers. You can also get a bird’s eye view of Golden’s breathtaking beauty by riding the gondola to Kicking Horse’s summit. The restaurants you’ll find there, perched two kilometres up on the mountain, serve up one of Canada’s most elevated views along with your meal, or you can grab takeout for a panoramic picnic along a hiking trail. With a population of less than 4,000, Golden retains a hometown vibe, but the resort town entertains locals and visitors alike with craft ales, live music, and restaurants serving a range of cuisines.


The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Golden

In Golden, the high altitude keeps summers comfortable — you’ll rarely sweat until you’re on a bike or trail — and partly cloudy, and you’ll want to bring light rainwear with you since showers are frequent. The cloud cover remains more constant in winters when the temperatures plunge, often staying well below the freezing point, and the snow piles up. Winter is an ideal time to rent cabins in Golden if your plans center around skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, or sinking into a steamy hot tub after a day on the slopes. For outdoor activities, such as kayaking, fishing, or horseback riding, summer is also considered Golden’s high season. For the best of both worlds, when spring hits the Kootenay Rockies, it’s possible to ski in the morning and golf in the afternoon.


Top things to do in Golden

Lake Louise in Banff National Park

Lake Louise, one of the main attractions in Banff National Park, is only an hour from Golden by bus or car, and people come from all over to admire the alpine lake’s turquoise blue color, a result of its glacial origins. Mount Victoria and the Canadian Rockies loom in the distance, creating a dramatic backdrop. Many prefer to visit in late summer when the weather is warmest and the lake’s color is at its most vivid. Winter is a wonderful time to go, too, to enjoy snowshoeing and sleigh rides around the banks.

Takakkaw Falls in Yoho National Park

Takakkaw Falls, the second-highest waterfall in Canada, is a one-hour drive from Golden. Aptly named with the Cree word for magnificent, it is 373 metres high with two dramatic drops. Though visible from the Yoho National Park parking lot, most visitors take a closer look by way of the 1.4-kilometre Takakkaw Falls Hike. The path is well-maintained for wheelchairs and strollers. To make a day of your visit, follow the Iceline Trail, which leaves from the parking lot and either follows a 14.2-kilometre out-and-back path or a 20-kilometre loop. Both routes pass glacial lakes, scenic lookouts, and alpine streams.

Golden Museum and Edelweiss Village

Visit the Golden Museum, located one block off Main Street, to learn more about the local contributions of the Swiss mountain guides that the Canadian Pacific Railway once hired in the early 20th century to grow tourism. Their families joined them here, settling in Edelweiss Village, a group of chalets just outside town, and today many of their descendants live in the area. Near the museum, you can walk across the Golden Skybridge, which at 130 meters is said to be the highest suspension bridge in all of Canada.

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