Leitch Collieries Provincial Historic Site, Crowsnest Pass
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Leitch Collieries Provincial Historic Site is located in Crowsnest Pass. Add Leitch Collieries Provincial Historic Site and other attractions to your Crowsnest Pass trip itinerary using our Crowsnest Pass trip generator.
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  • My fiancé and I really enjoyed this stop. The weather was chilly and wet but that didn't stop us from walking around the site and reading all that we could. My fiancé loved the site and I found it qui...  more »
  • Stopped here for a break on our way to Fernie. Lots of picnic areas and washrooms are clean. You can wonder around the remnits of the old mining buildings or tour around the trails. Worth a stop if yo...  more »
  • My daugther recently got married at the Spring Break Flower Farm / Wedding Centre just close by. We had thought (and they did later go) the main picture place would be the Lundbreck Falls for pictures...  more »
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  • Ignored this place so many times when we passed by, as we only saw the remains of the buildings from the highway. Finally visited this site, and found it's worth to spend an hour or so for exploring the history of the site.
  • A pleasant and informative little historical diversion off the highway. Ruins of the old Collieries, and lots of signage to read. I felt as if I knew the world a tiny bit better afterwards.
  • Went and followed the signs to the ladies washroom. It was nice grounds. Not much except for all the cement work of the buildings left. As I was lab ing a couple came to have their wedding pictures taken there. Unique idea.
  • Open to public with trails and informative signage. The were two staff available to answer any questions. Teaches you about the coal processing operation and some local history. There are no personal artifacts to see, just what remains of the structures.
  • Great scenery, however I was hoping for a public washroom.