Salmo with a population of 2,612 (including surround Regional District Area G), is a beautiful village situated high in the Selkirk Mountains in the Kootenay Region of British Columbia. Salmo is an active community with many services and attractions, a vibrant arts community and challenging, fun recreational activities year round. Salmo also has a fascinating Gold Rush and Logging history that is celebrated in the community’s famous stone murals.

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The Village of Salmo is centrally located at the junction of the Crowsnest Highway and Highway 6. Originally known as Salmon Siding, the village was founded as a small mining town during the gold rush of 1896.

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