Location

Location

Where is Top of the World Ranch Located? How do I get there?
If I am from the USA do I need a passport?

We are located on the Rocky Mountain side of the East Kootenay Valley in South Eastern British Columbia.  We are a 25 minute drive from the Canadian Rockies International Airport (www.flycanadianrockies.com) which has multiple daily non-stop flights from both Vancouver BC and Calgary Alberta International airports (And soon non-stop from Salt lake City).

To clarify the ease of arriving at the Ranch, we are ONE PLANE CHANGE AWAY FROM MOST MAJOR US AND CANADIAN AIRPORTS. So we are quite easy to get to and we offer you a complimentary transfer from the Canadian Rockies International Airport located in Cranbrook BC.

We are a 2.5 hour drive from Glacier International Airport in Kalispell Montana or 4 hours from Spokane International Airport in Spokane Washington. For your convenience you are welcome to contact one of our local travel agencies to arrange your travel needs. This information is included in our links section. Click on the map for further details. Prior to your departure, do call us for more explicit directions and remember we are not Top of the World provincial park. For our clients from the US, we offer you a land transfer from Kalispell Montana's Glacier International Airport. The fee for this transfer is $400.00 round trip and the drive is 2.5 hours. You do need a passport to travel between the US and Canada.

Put simply folks, we offer an outstanding treatment experience in an unmatched setting, with a highly educated, compassionate staff for a much more reasonable fee than many other treatment centres.

Our Stats, our feedback from clients all prove to us that we are creating an outstanding treatment experience that our clients benefit from during treatment and long after departure from the centre.

To Summarize for our potential US Clients, and others that may have to travel a substantial distance to reach us, treatment with us in many ways is worth much more than the amount of extra effort that it will take to arrive at the ranch.