Okanagan

The Okanagan is a dry, sunny valley located within beautiful British Columbia. The Okanagan is well known for its wine and fruit, but it's also home to tons of outdoor activities like hiking, swimming, kayaking, and more. No matter the season, the Okanagan has something for you to explore!

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    3 Must See North Okanagan Waterfalls

    Always go chasing waterfalls! That's how the song goes, right? There's something magical about waterfalls and we're always looking for new ones to explore. British Columbia is full of amazing waterfalls and lots of them are still relatively unknown, especially…

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    Lochview Trail in Kelowna

    Lochview Trail in Kelowna, BC offers breathtaking views of Okanagan Lake. There's crisp, fresh air and your heart will race — what more could you ask for of an afternoon hike? Lochview Trail connects Paul’s Tomb on Knox Mountain with…

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    Bear Creek Waterfall in Kelowna

    Bear Creek Provincial Park is a popular camping destination on the shores of Okanagan Lake near Kelowna, BC. Across the road lie kilometers of trails that loop around the Bear Creek Canyon, but there’s also a secret, hidden trail to…

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    Essentials for Hiking in the Okanagan

    The Okanagan offers countless hikes in and around the valley that could keep you entertained forever. However, it's important to remember that the Okanagan is a desert and presents unique challenges when hiking in the summer's sweltering heat. To really enjoy everything…

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    Kay Falls near Sicamous + Revelstoke

    The Canadian wilderness is packed with adventures and BC boasts some truly spectacular sights. Kay Falls is an impressive, little-known gem of a waterfall located between Sicamous and Revelstoke on the Trans Canada Highway. Hundreds of people pass Kay Falls…

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    Mill Creek Waterfalls in Kelowna

    Unlike other areas of the Pacific Northwest, the Okanagan is technically a desert. In the summer, waterfalls are a welcome respite from the sweltering temperatures and the many waterfalls at Mill Creek Regional Park are no exception. Pair the waterfalls…

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    Crawford Falls in Kelowna (Winter)

    Winter doesn’t mean the hiking season is over. If anything, it lets you rediscover places in a whole new, almost magical, way. Waterfalls are particularly beautiful in the winter. The lower, frozen waterfall at Crawford Falls in Kelowna offers a…