Submitted by Name: steelie barbee From: brazil indiana E-mail: NA
Comment: i lived in coalmont most of my life i lived on the powder mill road thats the county line between clay and sullivan my family and i had a great life there why i lived in coalmont i lost both my parents to differnt illnesses i live in brazil now and i miss my day in the country living and all the fresh air
Added: July 20, 2015
Submitted by Name: Brooklyn Grace From: Chilliwack E-mail: NA
Comment: Proud to say I've been an avid fisherWOman on the Tulameen River! Love the quality time spent with my children forming the memories they'll never forget! We love to participate in the parade! We have numerous participation ribbons displayed on our cabin wall! I love to cycle along the Kettle trail. I remember one time some young punks flew past me on their motorcycles and knocked me off my bicycle. Nevertheless, coming to Coalmont has always been an enjoyable time! I LOVE THE SIMILKAMEEN VALLEY! <3
Added: July 18, 2015
Submitted by Name: Amy Alicia From: Chilliwack E-mail: NA
Comment: My family loves the area! We've shared many great adventures and spent many years enjoying nature! Coming here is a great escape from the realities of city life. ;)
Added: July 18, 2015
Submitted by Name: W G Stewart From: Keremeos E-mail: NA
Comment: I have just been there a couple of weeks ago. Wanted to take a picture of the beautiful old Hotel, but there were a couple of newer vehicles parked in front which would have spoiled the picture. Instead I took a picture of the old Outhouse which is now on a cement slap. It is a great area to visit. I will be back. Wes
Added: March 20, 2015
Submitted by Name: tom oswald From: surrey bc E-mail: NA
Comment: I am IRENE ATKINSONS SON.
Added: August 2, 2013
Submitted by Name: Floyd Dube From: Cawston, B.C.
Comment: We have visited Coalmont a few times. It is a beautiful peaceful town.
Added: February 14, 2013
Submitted by Name: Jeremy logan From: hedley E-mail: NA
Comment: i love coalmont,i spent many years on the tulameen river in and around coalmont and plan on spending many more,one of my fondest memories is spending time on the river with my mother and brother as a child.Then moving on into hunting and camping and skidooing,One of the things i remember about coalmont is the sign on the road upon entry into coalmont.I have shown that sign to literally a thousand people and i still remember thinking as a child,this is a great and free town,and youd better not be anyone listed on the sign,well happy centenial day to all and i hope to enjoy the are for many more years.ciao fur now.
Added: February 4, 2013
Submitted by Name: Liz Towers From: originally from Hamilton, Ont. E-mail: NA
Comment: I have visited Coalmont a few times in the last few years, I like to wander around the town and have a drink at the saloon at the Coalmont Hotel. The area is fantastic ! makes me feel as if Im living in the early 1900's ;) I hope the hotel is NOT torn down, I am worried about it, and so are a few of my fellow travelers here in the Vancouver area ! please.....lets work together and find a way to generate income for that gorgeous historic hotel. Would be a great shame to see it go.