Grey Owl Moving Service provides 3 main services. Moving, Waste Removal & Delivery. We specialize in smaller scale moving so we can offer a cheaper price to those who do not necessarily need the bigger moving companies. We currently have 2 Ford pick up trucks with crew cab & 8ft boxes & a 16 ft long covered trailer to help people take up to 8 thousand pounds locally. We serve the following communities & everywhere in between: Castlegar, Winlaw, Balfour, Salmo & of course Nelson. We are professional movers who prioritize safety & efficiency while striving to go above & beyond for our customers.
Located on the shores of Kootenay Lake at the Nelson Airport, Kootenay Lake Aviation is open all year for your aviation needs. We offer sightseeing tours, flight training, and air charters. Join us on a tour and enjoy the breathtaking landscape. Our high wing aircraft are perfect to enjoy the spectacular views from above. Interested in learning to fly? Start with an introductory flight and go “hands on” to see what flying is all about. We offer private and commercial pilot training. Need to get somewhere? Fly on your own schedule to destinations throughout BC and Alberta. We offer private charter flights with our 3 passenger aircraft.
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Serving Nelson and Area for 65 years. Full service Chrysler, Jeep & Dodge dealer including sales, parts, service, body & used vehicles as well as leasing. Autobody Shop 1410 Granite Road phone 250-352-6025 fax 250-352-9414
It is in a prime location, within walking distance to the city centre, only meters from the pristine Kootenay River, and nestled in the beautiful Selkirk Mountains.
This airport provides pilots with challenging, non-standard, circuit procedures to keep everyone on their toes and never bored.
Here is an excerpt from the Canada Flight Supplement for Nelson, BC (CZNL):
The single runway is 3100’ long and 75’ wide. A taxi way leads from the apron to the runway of which both ends 04 and 22 are used for both fixed wing and rotary wing (helicopter) operations. The runway was designed and built to Transport Canada Standards and recent (November 2003) testing by Pennco Engineering has found that the surface and subsurface still meet or exceed these standards