The Museum cannot guarantee the information but the stories appear useful.
For travellers on Crowsnest Highway 3 from Hope to Medicine Hat, Alberta we recommend "The Virtual Crowsnest" website, originally written as the travelogue of a man who bicycled the route from west to east, with the wind behind his back. www.crowsnest-highway.ca His lively description of Hedley as told to him by local residents is here: http://www.crowsnest-highway.ca/cgi-bin/citypage.pl?city=HEDLEY
Boulder climbing on Old Hedley Road: http://www.drtopo.com/submitted/hedley.pdf
Hiking and Biking Trail information in Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen: http://www.rdos.bc.ca/index.php?id=123
Trails.com covers both Canada and US outdoor activities with great 3d terrain maps. Even has the hike up Hedley Creek if you have patience enough to zoom it; also Nickel Plate Road. http://www.trails.com/trailfinder/browsebymap/?statecode=BC&lat=52.241256&lon=-120.322266&z=6&m=terrain&a=HK
Paragliding from Nickel Plate Mountain and landing on the ball diamond- 2007 film on youTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzVIbRDk6fc
Photographers zero in on detail in the valley and town: There's a Flickr photostream, but this one is newer and even better:
Tenacity,the story of Hedley, then and today in over 300 annotated photos. http://www.museevirtuel-virtualmuseum.ca/Search.do?R=VE_2338&lang=en&ex=on
Profiles of residents present and past: http://livingsignificantly.ca/category/hedley-times/
More Museums along your route!
Keremeos Museum: http://www.keremeosmuseum.ca/
Princeton Museum and archives: http://princetonmuseum.org/Princeton_Museum/Index.html