Sunny days, cool nights, and brink-of-oblivion cliffhangers beckon along the western flank of the Continental Divide in British Columbia. Several of the province’s literally breathtaking layouts feature trans-canyon tee shots and teetering greens, with snow-capped peaks in the Kootenay Rockies and Purcell Mountains crowding the horizon. Greywolf is typical of the breed. Located at Panorama Mountain Village, this edge-of-the-world layout, its targets perched on cliffs high above an abyss, rises and falls through sheer mountain passes. Trickle Creek, Eagle Ranch, Bootleg Gap, St. Eugene also deliver sensory overload.