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REVELSTOKE, BC, CANADA
2286 Big Eddy Road, Box 9295, Revelstoke, B.C., VOE 3K0, Canada
Okanagan Valley B & B Kelowna Vernon Penticton Osoyoos
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The Thompson-Okanagan Area - Thompson-Okanagan region is famous for its orchards and vineyards as well as the wildly varied landscape. To the north of the central wine-and-fruit producing Okanagan Valley are vast boreal forests & to the south the desert of the Great Basin. The highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies is here, as is a waterfall twice the height of Niagara Falls & Canada's only true desert environment. Each year outdoor enthusiasts flock to the Thompson-Okanagan to hike, cross-country ski, snowshoe, fish (appropriate license(s) required), kayak, canoe, camp and view wildlife.
Kamloops - Located on Hwy #1, 360 km east of Vancouver. Kamloops is the heart of the Thompson Region. The surrounding countryside is a combination of dry forests, grasslands and desert hills. Kamloops is known as "the meeting place", where the North and South Thompson Rivers meet. Kamloops offers a great variety of outdoor adventures; mountain biking, hiking, roller blading, horseback riding, boating, swimming, fishing and snow sports such as cross-country and downhill skiing, ice skating & hockey. Enjoy playing golf on any of its four golf courses. Visit the Kamloops Wildlife Park and enjoy seeing the numerous animals, or the Nicola Valley in the south, or the many lakes and rivers for fishing in the area. Stroll through the Secwepemc Native Heritage Park. Browse through the Kamloops Museum and go back in time. Kamloops offers a wide variety of shopping and fine dining.
Kelowna - Located north of Penticton & south of Vernon on Hwy #97, Population of nearly 80,000. Kelowna is the region's largest city and is situated in the Central Okanagan Valley. Throughout the city you will find many orchards and vineyards. Visit the BC Orchard Industry Museum and learn about the area's history. Also visit The Wine Museum, which is in the same heritage building. Other historical sites include Father Pandosy's Mission, Guisachan Heritage Park and Benvoulin Church. Explore the canyons at Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park. Ride or hike the wooden trestle bridges along the abondoned Kettle Valley Railway. Go boating, seadooing, canoeing or houseboating on Okanagan Lake. Enjoy horseback riding at local ranches and golfing at any of the many golfing courses. Go to Big White Ski Resort, BC's second largest ski resort & try the best powder snow in the world. Kelowna offers a wide variety of restaurants, shopping and great entertainment.
Penticton - Located in the Okanagan Valley on Hwy #97. Penticton is nestled within tree trimmed mountain slopes, clay cliffs and semi-arid desert, bordered by Okanagan and Skaha Lakes. Penticton is the South Okanagan's largest city and has something to offer everyone. Go rafting on or bike riding along the Okanagan River Channel. Enjoy miles of warm sandy beaches. Hike to Skaha Bluffs and go rock climbing. Go sailing on Okanagan Lake or windsurfing on Skaha Lake. Discover the Kettle Valley Railway bed and walk, hike or cycle the 25 km trails left open after the abondonment of the rail line. Try the Apex Mountain Resort for a day of skiing, hiking or mountain biking. Discover the art galleries, museums & historical sites. Pencticton is a city of festivals with numerous events annually. The city offers all kinds of restaurants, shops and amenities.
Vernon - Located 55 km north of Kelowna on Hwy #97. Population 23,520. Minutes away from Silver Star Mountain Resort, where you can enjoy snow sports or summer activities. Visit the Ellison Provincial Park and Fintry Provincial Park. Enjoy fishing, secluded coves, swimming, sunbathing, scuba diving, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, camping, open area campsites shaded by trees, playground and cross-country skiing. Browse through the many art galleries. Wander around the unique Victorian-inspired village. Explore Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park, "the lake of many colors", and view wildflowers and birdlife. Enjoy playing a round a golf at any of the golf courses around the area.
Shuswap Lake - Known as "The Houseboat Capital of Canada" is a popular destination for swimmers, waterskiers, fishermen, nature lovers and boaters with it's over 1000 km of beautiful shoreline, sandy beaches and marine parks. There are 8 parks offering camping sites on the lake's four Arms. These include the communities of Salmon Arm, Sicamous, Sorrento and Armstrong. Access to the lake is via the TransCanada (#1) Highway in BC's High Country region.
Sicamous - Located on Hwy #1, 140 km east of Kamloops. Population 3,090. Sicamous is within the Shuswap area. Sicamous is "the houseboating capital of Canada". Rent a houseboat, enjoy and explore one of its many lakes, like Shuswap Lake Provincial Marine Park, where you can have great fishing, water sports and hiking.
Similkameen Valley - Northwest of Osoyoos, along Highway #97, is the historic ranching and gold mining region called Similkameen Valley. Celebrated for wilderness adventures, rodeos & the Similkameen Pow Wow.
Sorrento - Located 80 km east of Kamloops on Hwy #1. Sorrento is known as the "Heart of the Shuswap" & is renowned for its beauty & recreational opportunities. Enjoy golfing, fishing, canoeing, swimming, hiking and horseback riding. Visit Notch Hill and Sorrento Centre, both historical sites from the early 1900s. Hike up Bastion Mt.
Salmon Arm - Located on Hwy #1, 107 km east of Kamloops. Within the Shuswap Lake area. While in Salmon Arm; enjoy swimming, fishing, canoeing, boating, hiking, golfing and cross-crountry skiing. Visit the Salmon Arm Bay Nature Enhancement Area & enjoy bird watching. Visit Heral Provincial Park & enjoy its many outdoor activities.
Cache Creek - Located 84 km west of Kamloops on Hwy #1 and #97. Lumber, mill and tourism are the main industries of the community. The town is steeped in Cariboo history and is located on the old Cariboo Wagon Road. This town was a stopping place for miners gathering supplies before heading farther north to the gold fields. Stroll around its original restored buildings. Visit Hat Creek Ranch and go back in time.
Chase - Located 56 km east of Kamloops on Hwy #1. Population 2,500. Chase is the gateway to the North Shuswap. Chase is a small community with lots to offer: - enjoy fishing, swimming, water skiing, river rafting, boating, golfing, hiking, camping, picnicking, mountain biking and salmon watching. Visit the Roderick Haig-Brown Park to view the natural spectacle of the Adams River Sockeye Salmon run. Visit the Chase Creek Falls and view amazing waterfalls. Visit the Niskonlith Lake Provincial Park.
Chrstina Lake - Christina Lake offers challenging and excellent outdoor adventures; swimming, fishing, golfing, boating, tubing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking & mountain biking. Hiking the Granby Trail and Christina Creek Trail; and for a two day mountain biking or hiking trip, head to the Christina Crestline Trail. View spawning Kokanee in the summer. Some of the most popular spots for fishing includes: Boundary Creek, Williamson Lake and Jewel Lake. In the winter, Pheonix Ski Area is the perfect place for snow sports including skiing and riding. Tour Gladstone Provincial Park located on the east side of Christina Lake and enjoy swimming and sunbathing.
Clearwater-Wells Gray Provincial Park - Located north of Kamloops. Clearwater is the access point to Wells Gray Provincial Park, the fourth largest park in BC, known as "the waterfall park" for its spectacular waterfalls, glacier-fed lakes, canyons, forest and numerous plant and wildlife species. Helmcken Falls, a waterfall higher than Niagara. Also worth viewing are Spahats Falls and Dawson Falls.
Enderby - Farming is the main industry of the community. Visit Enderby's local museum & learn about the history of the Shuswap Natives. Tour the trout and fallow deer farm. Hike up the Enderby Cliffs.
Grand Forks - Population 4,200. Grand Forks offers plenty of outdoor activities. Visit the Grand Forks Municipal Park and enjoy its river sandy beaches, swimming and playground. Stroll around the city & view the numerous heritage buildings.
Nicola Valley - The heart of the Nicola Valley is found within its residents in the communities of Merritt, Quilchena, Douglas Lake, Aspen Grove, Spences Bridge and Logan Lake. Nicola Valley is a mecca for those who enjoy the outdoors. With its rolling hills, crystal blue lakes and streams, brilliant sunsets and the romance of the old west, is the perfect spot for a great vacation. Enjoy camping, swimming, boating, wind surfing, golfing, fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, icefishing, sleigh riding, curling and ice hockey.
Okanagan Falls - Located 20 km north of Oliver, on Hwy #97. Enjoy fishing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boating, sandy beaches, golfing and wine tasting tours. Visit the Vaseux Lake Provincial Park & enjoy wildlife, fishing, walking and swimming. Also visit the Okanagan Falls Provincial Park. Mount Baldy offers great skiing.
Oliver - Located 20 km north of Osoyoos on Hwy #97. Oliver is a small community with a population of 4,300. Visit the "Golden Mile of Vineyards", which features some of the area's best vineyards & wineries. Enjoy scenic rural areas, hiking, golfing, bird watching, horseback riding, swimming, boating, canoeing, beaches & biking.
Osoyoos - Located 120 km east of Princeton, on Hwy #3 & 60 km south of Penticton. Osoyoos is a small community with a population of 4,200 residents. Enjoy horseback riding, hiking, boating, canoeing, fishing, swimming, sandy beaches, bird watching, wilderness camping & mountain biking. Visit the Desert Centre & explore Canada's only arid-desert environment. Home to more than 100 rare plants & over 300 rare invertebrates. Visit the quaint town of Keremeos, known as the "Fruit Stand Capital of the World". Visit also the historic Grist Mill; a restored flour mill from the 1870s. Tour the many wineries in the area & sample some of the finest wines.
Peachland - Located 25 km north fo Summerland. Visit the local museum & the eight-sided church. Tour the city's many wineries along the way to the South Okanagan. Peachland offers various outdoor activities including; swimming, cycling, skiing, hiking, fishing, boating, golf, tennis, wineries, snowmobile trails, cross-crountry skiing & mountain biking.
Savona - Located 45 km west of Kamloops, on Hwy #1 and #97, at the western end of Kamloops Lake between Cache Creek & Kamloops. Savona boasts the expansive views of Kamloops Lake & is surrounded by a semi-arid terrain of grasslands and hills. Visit the Juniper Beach Provincial Park & enjoy fishing, swimming and other outdoor activities. Explore around Deadman's Creek Valley.
Summerland - Is the beginning of the South Okanagan. Located 16 km north of Penticton on Hwy #97. Population 11,000. Summerland is home to one of the Valley's most awarded wineries & specialty fruit manufacturer. Golfing, touring wineries, camping, fishing, sailing, kayaking, boating & hiking trails. Tour the Provincial Trout Hatchery and Ornamental Gardens at the Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada Reserarch Station. Visit the Okanagan Lake Provincial Park, located 11 km north of Summerland, on Hwy #97. Discover Vaseaux Lake that features a Federal Migratory Bird Sanctuary located 10 km south of Okanagan Falls, which is excellent for birdwatching. Summerland offers great restaurants, shopping & all amenities.
Westbank - Located 18 km south of Kelowna, on Hwy #97, with a population of 13,550 residents. Enjoy hiking, skiing, swimming, golfing, sandy beaches, boating, and jetskiing. Visit the Old MacDonald's farm where kids can pet the animals. Tour the city's many wineries.
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