Known for its spectacular views and signature hole “The Monster,” Shadow Mountain is a 19-hole championship golf course that gives players a feeling not found anywhere else in the area.
Designed by Cooke Carleton International Golf Course Architects, the course is laid spaciously through natural pines and rolling mountainous terrain. Measuring over 7,400 yards, Shadow Mountain features well-bunkered greens of bent grass and lush tree-lined fairways.
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned golfer, five tee boxes ensure that you’ll find the perfect challenge to fit your game. In addition to choosing your challenge, each tee boxes offers a new perspective of the course, leaving you truly inspired and eagerly awaiting your next round.
Shadow Mountain is considered one of the top courses in Canada for best value.
Included with your green fee:
Shadow Mountain provides a world-class practice facility to get you ready for your game. Here, players can perfect their long game on the driving range or practice their approach and get used to the speed of our bent grass course on our chipping and putting greens.
Complimentary access is included on the day of play with your green fee. If you’re not golfing Shadow Mountain but want to work on your game, we offer the use of the Practice Facility for $10. Includes a bucket of balls.
Shadow Mountain Golf Course is situated on the banks of the St. Mary’s River in the heart of British Columbia’s beautiful Kootenay Rockies. The course is just minutes from Cranbrook, BC, the Canadian Rockies International Airport and Kimberley, BC.
A recreational paradise, the area offers abundant opportunities for hiking, biking and world-class fishing as well as arts, culture and heritage.
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Shadow Mountain is easy to find at Shadow Mountain Boulevard (7145 Highway 95A, Cranbrook, BC).
Driving distance from:
Calgary: approx. 4.25 hrs
Kelowna: approx. 7 hrs
US/Canada border: approx. 1.75 hrs
Every spring the valley is blessed with the appearance of the great bear. Strutting beneath the peak of Mt. Fisher, the shadow emerges from hibernation in May and is visible every clear evening until autumn.